Synonyms of walk in English:

walk

verb

  • 1 they walked along the road
    stroll, saunter, amble, trudge, plod, dawdle, hike, tramp, tromp, slog, stomp, trek, march, stride, sashay, glide, troop, patrol, wander, ramble, tread, prowl, promenade, roam, traipse; stretch one's legs
    informal mosey, hoof it
    formal perambulate
  • 2 he walked her home
  • noun

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  • 1 their country walks
    stroll, saunter, amble, promenade; ramble, hike, tramp, march; turn
    dated constitutional
  • 2 the map shows several nature walks See trail (sense 5) of the noun)
  • 3 he shoveled the front walk
  • 4 her elegant walk
    gait, step, stride, tread
  • Phrases

    walk all over

    informal
  • 1.1 be firm or he'll walk all over you
    take advantage of, impose on, exploit, use, abuse, misuse, manipulate, take liberties with
    informal take for a ride, run rings around
  • 2.1 we walked all over the home team See trounce
  • walk off/away with

  • 1.1 informal she walked off with my wallet See steal (sense 1) of the verb)
  • 2.1 he walked off with four awards
    win easily, win hands down, attain, earn, gain, garner, receive, acquire, secure, collect, pick up, net
    informal bag
  • walk of life

    we come from different walks of lifeclassstatusrankcastespherearenaprofessioncareervocationjoboccupationemploymentbusinesstradecraftprovincefield

    walk out

  • 1.1 he walked out in a temper
    leave, depart, get up and go, storm off/out, flounce out, absent oneself
    informal take off
  • 2.1 teachers walked out in protest
    (go on) strike, stop work; protest, mutiny, revolt
  • walk out on

    did you hear that Sierra walked out on Curt?desertabandonleavebetraythrow overjiltrun out on informaldumpditch

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