walk en Chino
(动) 步, 走, 行; 走过, 走步, 使走
walk en Chino
(動) 步, 走, 行; 走過, 走步, 使走
Little by little, we walked until we arrived at the center of the village, which was almost full of people.
Right after lunch we decided to go for a walk through the village.
After our first walk through such a big museum and the streets in downtown Madrid, we were really hungry.
Marco was walking next to Claudia (his sister) and her fiancé (my brother).
On a hot summer’s day I arrived in Edinburgh with some old school friends and we took a walk along The Royal Mile, the City’s main street in the Old Town.
在一个炎热的夏日，我和一些老同学来到爱丁堡，并且沿着该城老城区的主要街道——皇家大道(The Royal Mile)散步。
Walking through the city, the streets were lined by people performing stand up comedy routines, circus acts, jugglers, fire breathers, dance artists, mimes, street poets and many other types of performance.
“Oh, hey,” he said. He walked to the kitchen sink and spat. “I guess you’re Jessica.”
It was a Saturday evening when Jessica came home, only to get squirted in the face with water when she walked through the doorway. She reeled back.
"Would you like to buy a suit?" the shopkeeper asked Dima, who brought the smells of the previous night with him as he walked through the door.
A fly can walk on the ceiling.
1. gait: stride, step, tread, pace, traipse, hoof, foot
2. stroll: saunter, hike, march, turn, pace, promenade, tramp
3. field: course, sphere, area, career, beat, behaviour, conduct
4. path: sidewalk, lane, avenue, alley, passage, promenade, footpath
5. hike: step, stride, stroll, tramp, tread, trudge, trek