walk

walk
I
n.
journey by foot

1) to have (BE), take a walk

2) to take smb. for a walk (BE also has: to take smb. a long walk round the grounds)

3) to go for, go on a walk

4) a brisk; easy; leisurely; long; nature; short walk (to take a brisk walk)

5) a walk from; to (we took a walk from our house to the center of town; it's an easy walk from here to school)

profession
class

6) from every walk of life

II
v.

1) to walk fast; slow

2) (d; intr.) to walk across (to walk across the street)

3) (d; intr.) to walk along (to walk along a river bank)

4) (d; intr.) to walk around, round (to walk around a house)

5) (d; intr.) to walk by, past (to walk past the library)

6) (d; intr.) to walk down (to walk down the street)

7) (D; intr.) to walk from; to (we walked from the park to the station)

8) (d; intr.) to walk into (to walk into a room; to walk into an ambush)

9) (d; intr.) to walk on, over (don't walk on the wet floor!)

10) (d; intr.) to walk out of (to walk out of a meeting)

11) (d; intr.) to walk (all) over ('to treat badly') (they walked all over us)

12) (d; intr.) to walk through (to walk through the park; to walk through a puddle)

13) (d; tr.) to walk through ('to help with smt. complicated') (she walked me through the procedure)

14) (misc.) she walked her dog in the park; they walked off the job in protest against the long hours

* * *
[wɔːk]
go on a walk
leisurely
take a walk
they walked off the job in protest against the long hours
over (don't walk on the wet floor!)
short walk (to take a brisk walk)
past (to walk past the library)
to (we walked from the park to the station)
(D; intr.) to walk from
(d; intr.) to walk by
(d; intr.) to walk on
(misc.) she walked her dog in the park
['profession'] ['class'] from every walk of life
a brisk
to go for
to walk fast
['journey by foot'] to have (BE)
to take smb. for a walk (BE also has: to take smb. a long walk round the grounds)
(d; tr.) to walk through (she walked me through the procedure; 'to help with smt. complicated')
(d; intr.) to walk (all) over (they walked all over us; 'to treat badly')
(d; intr.) to walk across (to walk across the street)
(d; intr.) to walk along (to walk along a river bank)
(d; intr.) to walk around. round (to walk around a house)
(d; intr.) to walk down (to walk down the street)
(d; intr.) to walk into (to walk into a room; to walk into an ambush)
(d; intr.) to walk through (to walk through the park; to walk through a puddle)
(d;intr.) to walkout of (to walkout of a meeting)
a walk from: to (we took a walk from our house to the center of town; it's an easy walk from here to school)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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