The Word is:”walk”

walk

/wɔːk/
verb
verb: walk; 3rd person present: walks; past tense: walked; past participle: walked; gerund or present participle: walking

move at a regular pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the

ground at once.
“I walked across the lawn”
synonyms: stroll, saunter, amble, wend one’s way, trudge, plod, hike, tramp, trek, march, stride,
troop, patrol, step out, wander, ramble, tread, prowl, footslog, promenade, roam, traipse; More
stretch one’s legs, go for a walk, take the air;
advance, proceed, move, go, make one’s way;
informal mosey, pootle;
informal yomp;
rareperambulate
“the two men walked along the road deep in conversation”

  • go by/on foot, travel on foot, foot it, be a pedestrian;
    informalgo by/on Shanks’s pony, hoof it
    “he walked the five miles into town”
  • go on foot for recreation and exercise.
    “you can walk in 21,000 acres of moorland”
  • travel over (a route or area) on foot.
    “the police department has encouraged officers to walk the beat”
  • used to suggest that someone has achieved a state or position easily or undeservedly.
    “no one has the right to walk straight into a well-paid job for life”
  • move in a similar way to walking, but using one’s hands or a support such as stilts.
    “he could walk on his hands carrying a plate on one foot”

  • (of a quadruped) proceed with the slowest gait, always having at least two feet on the ground at once.
  • ride (a horse) at the slowest pace.
    “he walked his horse towards her”
  • 2. guide, accompany, or escort (someone) on foot.

    “he walked her home to her door”
    synonyms: accompany, escort, guide, show, see, convoy, conduct, usher, marshal, lead, take,
    attend, chaperone, steer, herd, shepherd
    “she thanked him for walking her home”
  • take (a dog) out for exercise.
    “she spotted a man walking his retriever”
  • train and look after (a hound puppy).
  • 3. informal

    (of a thing) go missing or be stolen.
    “customers have to leave a deposit to ensure the beer glasses don’t walk”

    4. North American informal

    abandon or suddenly withdraw from a job or commitment.
    “he was in place as the male lead but walked at the eleventh hour”

  • be released from suspicion or from a charge.
    “had any of the others come clean during the trial, he might have walked”
  • 5. (of a ghost) be visible; appear.

    “the ghosts of Bannockburn walked abroad”

    6. Cricket

    (of a batsman) leave the field without waiting to be given out by the umpire.

    noun
    noun: walk; plural noun: walks

    1. an act of travelling or an outing on foot.

    “he was too restless to sleep, so he went out for a walk”
    synonyms: stroll, saunter, amble, promenade;
    ramble, hike, tramp, march;
    constitutional, turn,
    airing, excursion, outing, breather
    “country walks”
  • used to indicate the time that it will take to reach a place on foot or the distance to be travelled.
    “the library is within five minutes’ walk”
  • 2. a route recommended or marked out for recreational walking.

    “there are picnic places and waymarked walks”
    synonyms: route, beat, round, run, circuit
    “the first job is to sort the post into different walks”
  • a path.
    “the street lamps illuminated the riverside walk”
    synonyms: pathway, path, footpath, track, lane, alley, alleyway, walkway, promenade, footway,
    pavement, trail, trackway, ride, towpath; road, avenue, drive
    “street lamps illuminated the riverside walk”
  • 4. British

    the round followed by a postman.
    “the first job is to sort the mail into routes or walks”

    6. Baseball

    an instance of reaching first base automatically after not hitting at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.

    7. rare

    a flock of snipe.

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