- 1to move forward by putting one foot in front of the other
- 2to travel a particular distance on foot
- 3to accompany someone on foot
- 4to lead an animal on foot
- 5to move in a specified way
Using walk: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "walk" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I walk to work every day.
We walked for miles along the beach.
Can you walk me home?
She walked her dog in the park.
He walked with a limp.
walk Synonyms and Antonyms
Idioms Using walk
I need to take a walk to clear my head.
Around her boss, she always felt like she was walking on eggshells.
As a politician, he had to walk the line between pleasing his constituents and following his own beliefs.
Phrases with walk
People from all walks of life attended the conference.
The company needs to walk the talk and implement the changes they promised.
After the difficult exam, the next one was a walk in the park.
Origins of walk
from Old English 'wealcan', meaning 'to roll'
Summary: walk in Brief
The verb 'walk' [wɔːk] refers to moving forward by putting one foot in front of the other, traveling a distance on foot, accompanying someone or leading an animal on foot, or moving in a specified way. It also includes phrases like 'walk of life,' referring to social status, and idioms like 'take a walk,' meaning to clear one's mind. Antonyms include 'run' and 'sprint.'