Translation of gait in Spanish:

gait

Pronunciation: /geɪt/

n

  • (no pl) modo (m) de andar she had a curious gait tenía un modo de andar curioso he walked with an unsteady gait caminaba con paso vacilante
    More example sentences
    • They remembered his gait, his manner of speaking and what he was wearing.
    • It is never quiet, and cool guys and gals walk with an energetic gait while window-shopping, relaxed in casual dress, some of them even walking barefoot.
    • One afternoon I was sorting out the petty cash when I heard the unmistakeable sound of her intimidating gait as she walked menacingly towards my desk.

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