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English-German translation for: [Walking]
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Dictionary English German: [Walking]

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strutting {adj} {pres-p} [walking proudly]
stolzierend [pej.]
treading {adj} {pres-p} [walking]
schreitend [gehend]
hampered {adj} [having difficulty walking]
collapsible {adj} [telescope, walking stick]
zool. unguligrade {adj} [walking on hoofs]unguligrad
sports to walk
walken [Walking betreiben]
to walk [examine, measure by walking]
to file [for walking in single file]sich zum Gänsemarsch aufstellen
to pace sth. [measure by walking]etw. mit Schritten ausmessen
med. crutch [walking support]
Krücke {f}
cane [stick for aid in walking or standing]
Stock {m}
cane [walking stick]
Gehstock {m}
knob [on walking stick, on door]
Knauf {m}
cane [walking stick]
Spazierstock {m}
hobble [way of walking]
Hinken {n}
sports pole [e.g. ski pole, slalom pole, (Nordic) walking pole]
Stock {m} [z. B. Schistock, Slalomstock, Nordic-Walking-Stock]
hobble [way of walking]
Humpeln {n}
cane [walking stick]
Krückstock {m}
MedTech. crutch [walking support]
Gehstütze {f}
neighbour [Br.] [person walking, sitting etc. beside one]
Nebenmann {m}
med. ambulant [dated] [walking patient]
Gehfähiger {m}
[walking stick medallion]Stocknagel {m} [Stockschild]
zool. biped [an animal that uses two legs for walking]Aufrechtgänger {m}
spec. infant [pre-walking]Kriechling {m} [veraltet] [selten]
neighbor [Am.] [person walking, sitting, etc. beside one]Nebenmann {m}
for. hist. perambulation [chiefly historical] [record of a forest's boundaries established through walking its perimeter]Waldvermessung {f} [hauptsächlich historisch]
hist. perambulation [chiefly historical] [survey of territorial boundaries through walking]Grenzbegehung {f}
sports racewalking [also: race walking]Gehen {n} [Sportart]
geogr. travel Rheinsteig [long-distance walking trail along the east bank of the Rhine River in Germany]Rheinsteig {m} [Fernwanderweg entlang des Mittelrheins und des nördlichsten Teil des Oberrheins auf der rechten Rheinseite]
sports slacklining [rope walking or balancing]Slacken {n} [auf der Slackline balancieren]
entom. T
2 Words: Others
in pain {adv} [walking, lying, sitting, etc.]mit Schmerzen [gehen, liegen, sitzen etc.]
2 Words: Verbs
to cut sb. off [while walking, driving]jdm. den Weg abschneiden
to slog on [coll.] [continue walking]weiterlatschen [ugs.]
to walk on [coll.] [keep on walking]weiterlaufen [ugs.] [weitergehen]
2 Words: Nouns
travel circular walk [walking tour]Rundwanderung {f}
med. Martin's disease [from excessive walking]Periosteoarthritis {f} des Fußes
traffic travel pedestrian path [footpath, walking trail]Fußweg {m}
med. stance phase [e.g. in walking]Stemmphase {f} [z. B. beim Gehen]
swing phase [e.g. in walking]Schwingphase {f} [z. B. beim Gehen]
med. talipes calcaneus [walking on the heel]Hackenfuß {m}
med. walking pneumonia [atypical pneumonia]wandernde Pneumonie {f} [auch: Walking Pneumonie, atypische Pneumonie]
sports water ball [water walking ball]Megaball {m}
3 Words: Others
around the room {adv} [running, walking, wandering]im Raum umher [rennen, laufen, wandern]
TrVocab. Keep straight on. [said to a walking person]Gehen Sie geradeaus. [formelle Anrede]
when going downward {adv} [when walking downward]beim Abwärtsgehen
when going downwards {adv} [when walking downwards]beim Abwärtsgehen
3 Words: Verbs
to have sore feet [especially from walking]fußmarod sein [österr.] [ugs.] [fußkrank]
4 Words: Others
I went back home. [walking]Ich ging wieder nach Hause.
5+ Words: Verbs
idiom to get blisters on top of blisters [from walking / running]sichDat. Blasen über Blasen laufen
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
entom. T
entom. T
entom. T
entom. T
entom. T
entom. T
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