walk 英 [wɔ:k]   美 [wɔk]

walk

walk  英 [wɔ:k] 美 [wɔk]

n. 步行,走;散步  vt. 散步;走过  vi. 走,步行;散步 

进行时:walking  过去式:walked  过去分词:walked  第三人称单数:walks  名词复数:walks 

Let's go for a walk. 咱们去散散步吧。
He walked slowly. 他慢慢地从她身旁走开。

  • "Put one foot in front of the other, and soon you'll be walking out the door...." That's right, putting your feet into motion is what you need to do to walk.
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  • n. 步行,走;散步
  • vt. 散步;走过
  • vi. 走,步行;散步
  • 1. Let's go for a walk.

    咱们去散散步吧。

  • 2. He walked slowly.

    他慢慢地从她身旁走开。

  • 3. ‘How did you get here?’ ‘I walked.’

    “你怎么到这儿来的?”“我走路来的。”

  • 4. I walked across Scotland.

    我徒步穿越了苏格兰。

  • 5. She missed the bus and had to walk home.

    她没赶上公共汽车,只好步行回家。

  • walk (n.) c. 1200, "a tossing, rolling;" mid-13c., "an act of walking, a going on foot;" late 14c., "a stroll," also "a path, a walkway;" from walk (v.). The meaning "broad path in a garden" is from 1530s. Meaning "particular manner of walking" is from 1650s. Meaning "manner of action, way of living" is from 1580s; hence walk of life (1733). Meaning "range or sphere of activity" is from 1759. Sports sense of "base on balls" is recorded from 1905; to win in a walk (1854) is from horse racing (see walk-over). As a type of sponsored group trek as a fund-raising event, by 1971 (walk-a-thon is from 1963).
  • walk (v.) "travel on foot," c. 1200, a merger of two verbs, 1. Old English wealcan "to toss, roll, move round" (past tense weolc, past participle wealcen), and 2. wealcian "to roll up, curl," from Proto-Germanic *welk- (source also of Old Norse valka "to drag about," Danish valke "to full" (cloth), Middle Dutch walken "to knead, press, full" (cloth), Old High German walchan "to knead," German walken "to full"), perhaps ultimately from PIE root *wel- (3) "to turn, revolve."
walk / wɔːk ; NAmE wɔːk / verb , noun walk walks walked walking verb 1 [intransitive ,  transitive ] to move or go somewhere by putting one foot in front of the other on the ground, but without running 走;行走;步行 The baby is just learning to walk. 这孩子刚学走路。 ‘How did you get here?’ ‘I walked.’ “你怎么到这儿来的?”“我走路来的。” + adv./prep. He walked slowly away from her. 他慢慢地从她身旁走开。 The door opened and Jo walked in. 门开了,乔走了进来。 She missed the bus and had to walk home. 她没赶上公共汽车,只好步行回家。 The school is withineasy walking distance ofthe train station. 学校离火车站不远,不费劲就走到了。 walksth Children here walk several miles to school. 这里的孩子去上学要步行好几英里。 2 ( alsogo walking ) ( both especially BrE) [intransitive ,  transitive ] to spend time walking for pleasure 徒步旅行;散步 (+ adv./prep.) We're going walking in the mountains this summer. 今年夏天我们打算到山里去徒步旅行。 I walked across Scotland with a friend. 我和一个朋友徒步穿越了苏格兰。 walksth They love walking the moors. 他们喜欢到沼泽地散步。 3 [transitive ] walksb + adv./prep. to go somewhere with sb on foot, especially in order to make sure they get there safely 陪伴…走;护送…走 He always walked her home. 他经常护送她走回家。 4 [transitive ] walksth + adv./prep. to take an animal for a walk; to make an animal walk somewhere 牵着(动物)走;遛;赶着…走 They walk their dogs every day. 他们每天遛狗。 synonyms at take 5 [intransitive ] ( informal) to disappear; to be taken away 不翼而飞;被盗走 Lock up any valuables. Things tend to walk here (= be stolen). 把贵重物品锁起来。这里的东西常会不翼而飞。 6 [intransitive ] ( literary) (of a ghost 鬼魂 ) to appear 出现;出没;显灵 IDIOMS run before you can ˈwalk to do things that are difficult, without learning the basic skills first 不会走就跑;没掌握基本功就做难事 walk the ˈbeat (of police officers 警察 ) to walk around the area that they are responsible for 在辖区执勤巡逻 walk ˈfree to be allowed to leave court, etc, without receiving any punishment 获无罪释放 ˈwalk it ( informal) 1 to go somewhere on foot instead of in a vehicle 徒步前往 2 ( BrE) to easily achieve sth that you want 轻易获得;轻易取胜 It's not a difficult exam. You'll walk it! 这次考试不难。你会轻松通过的! walk sb off their ˈfeet ( informal) to make sb walk so far or so fast that they are very tired 使走得筋疲力尽 walk off the ˈjob ( NAmE) to stop working in order to go on strike (离开岗位)罢工 walk the ˈplank (in the past) to walk along a board placed over the side of a ship and fall into the sea, as a punishment 走跳板(旧时强迫受害人在置于船舷外的跳板上行走而致落水) walk the ˈstreets to walk around the streets of a town or city (在城镇里)穿街走巷;在大街上闲逛 Is it safe to walk the streets alone at night? 夜间独自一人在大街上行走安全吗? walk ˈtall to feel proud and confident 昂首阔步;趾高气扬 ˌwalk the ˈwalk ( informal, approving) to act in a way that shows people you are really good at what you do, and not just good at talking about it 言行一致 You can talk the talk but can you walk the walk? 你说得头头是道,可是你做得到吗? more at air n. , aisle , line n. , memory lane , thin adj. , tightrope PHRASAL VERBS ˌwalk aˈway (from sb/sth) to leave a difficult situation or relationship, etc. instead of staying and trying to deal with it (从困难的处境或关系中)脱身,一走了之 ˌwalk aˈway with sth ( informal) to win or obtain sth easily 轻易取胜;轻易获得 She walked away with the gold medal. 她轻松地摘走了金牌。 ˌwalk ˈin on sb/sth to enter a room when sb in there is doing sth private and does not expect you 冷不丁进屋撞见 ˌwalk ˈinto sth ( informal) 1 to become involved in an unpleasant situation, especially because you were not sensible enough to avoid it 不意落入,不明智地陷入(不愉快的境地) I realized I'd walked into a trap. 我意识到自己稀里糊涂落入了陷阱。 2 to succeed in getting a job very easily 轻易获得(工作) ˌwalk ˈinto sth/sb to crash into sth/sb while you are walking, for example because you do not see them 走路时撞着(人或东西) ˌwalk ˈoff to leave a person or place suddenly because you are angry or upset 愤然离去;拂袖而去 ˌwalk sth↔ˈoff to go for a walk after a meal so that you feel less full 散步消食 We walked off a heavy Sunday lunch. 我们星期日午餐吃得特别多,散散步帮助消化。 ˌwalk ˈoff with sth ( informal) 1 to win sth easily 轻易取胜 2 to take sth that is not yours; to steal sth 顺手牵羊;顺便偷走 ˌwalk ˈout ( informal) (of workers 工人 ) to stop working in order to go on strike (离开岗位)罢工 related noun walkout ˌwalk ˈout (of sth) to leave a meeting, performance, etc. suddenly, especially in order to show your disapproval 突然离去,退场,退席(尤为表示异议) ˌwalk ˈout (on sb) ( informal) to suddenly leave sb that you are having a relationship with and that you have a responsibility for 遗弃,抛弃,舍弃,离开(某人) SYN desert How could she walk out on her kids? 她怎么能遗弃自己的孩子呢? ˌwalk ˈout (on sth) ( informal) to stop doing sth that you have agreed to do before it is completed 半途而废;半截撂挑子 I never walk out on a job half done. 我做工作从不半途而废。 ˌwalk (all) ˈover sb ( informal) 1 to treat sb badly, without considering them or their needs 苛刻对待 She'll always let him walk all over her. 她对他总是逆来顺受。 2 to defeat sb easily 轻而易举地打败;轻取 related noun walkover ˌwalk sb ˈthrough sth to help sb learn or become familiar with sth, by showing them each stage of the process in turn (循序渐进地)教;逐步引导 She walked me through a demonstration of the software. 她一步步地给我演示软件。 related noun walk-through ˌwalk ˈup (to sb/sth) to walk towards sb/sth, especially in a confident way (尤指自信地)向…走去,走近 noun 1 [countable ] a journey on foot, usually for pleasure or exercise 行走;步行;徒步旅行;散步 Let's go for a walk. 咱们去散散步吧。 I like to have a walk in the evenings. 我喜欢晚上散步。 She's taken the dog for a walk. 她带着狗去散步了。 He set out on the long walk home. 他动身走很长的路回家了。 The office is ten minutes' walk from here. 从这里去办公室要步行十分钟。 a ten-minute walk 步行十分钟的路程 It's only a short walk to the beach. 步行到海滩没多远。 2 [countable ] a path or route for walking, usually for pleasure; an organized event when people walk for pleasure 散步的小路;步行的路径;(为游玩而组织的)徒步旅行 a circular walk 环形步行路径 There are some interesting walks in the area. 这一带有一些有趣的小径。 a guided walk around the farm 由向导引路绕农场走一圈 3 [singular ] a way or style of walking; the act or speed of walking rather than running 步态;步行速度 I recognized him by his walk. 我根据他走路的样子认出了他。 The horse slowed to a walk. 那匹马慢下来缓步而行。 4 [countable ] ( NAmE) a sidewalkor path 人行道;小路 IDIOMS a ˌwalk in the ˈpark ( informal) a thing that is very easy to do or deal with 易事;轻而易举的事 The role isn't exactly a walk in the park. 这个角色绝非闲庭散步。 a walk of ˈlife a person's job or position in society 行业;职业;地位;阶层 SYN background She has friends from all walks of life. 她在社会各界中都有朋友。 VOCABULARY BUILDING 词汇扩充 Ways of walking 走路的方式 creep He could hear someone creeping around downstairs. 他听得见有人在楼下蹑手蹑脚走来走去的声音。 limp One player limped off the field with a twisted ankle. 一个球员拖着扭伤的脚踝一瘸一拐地走下场。 pace I found him in the corridor nervously pacing up and down. 我看到他在走廊里焦虑不安地走来走去。 pad She spent the morning padding about the house in her slippers. 她一个早上都穿着拖鞋在房子里轻轻地走来走去。 plod They wearily plodded home through the rain. 他们冒着雨疲惫而吃力地走回家。 shuffle The queue gradually shuffled forward. 排队等候的人慢慢向前挪动。 stagger They staggered out of the pub, completely drunk. 他们喝得醉醺醺的,踉踉跄跄地走出了酒馆。 stomp She stomped out of the room, slamming the door behind her. 她噔噔地走出了屋子,随手砰的一声把门关上。 stroll Families were strolling around the park. 游人一家一家地在公园四处漫步。 tiptoe They tiptoed upstairs so they wouldn’t wake the baby. 他们踮着脚上楼,以免吵醒婴儿。 trudge We trudged up the hill. 我们步履艰难地一步一步往山上爬。 walk / wɔːk ; NAmE wɔːk /
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