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Oxford dictionary definition of the word walk:
1 [no object, usually with adverbial] 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
she turned and walked a few paces
go on foot for recreation and exercise:
you can walk in 21,000 acres of moorland
[with object] 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.
[with object] ride (a horse) at the slowest pace:
he walked his horse towards her
2 [with object and adverbial of direction] guide, accompany, or escort (someone) on foot:
he walked her home to her door
a meeting to walk parents through the complaint process
[with object] take (a dog) out for exercise:
she spotted a man walking his retriever
[with object] train and look after (a hound puppy).
3 [no object] informal (of a thing) go missing or be stolen:
customers have to leave a deposit to ensure the beer glasses don’t walk
4 [no object] 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 [no object] (of a ghost) be visible; appear:
the ghosts of Bannockburn walked abroad
6 [no object] Cricket (of a batsman) leave the field without waiting to be given out by the umpire.
7 [no object] Baseball reach first base automatically after not hitting at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.
[with object] allow or enable (a batter) to walk.
8 [no object] archaic live or behave in a particular way:
walk humbly with your God
1an act of travelling or an outing on foot:
he was too restless to sleep, so he went out for a walk
[in singular] 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
2a route recommended or marked out for recreational walking:
there are picnic places and waymarked walks
the street lamps illuminated the riverside walk
3 [in singular] an unhurried rate of movement on foot:
they crossed the field at a leisurely walk
the slowest gait of an animal:
she reined her horse to a slow walk
a person’s manner of walking:
the spring was back in his walk
4British a part of a forest under one keeper.
the place where a gamecock is kept.
5British a farm where a hound puppy is trained.
6 Baseball an instance of reaching first base automatically after not hitting at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.