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

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brisk {adj} [walk, pace]
892
flott [Schritt]
languid {adj} [walk]
35
schlendernd
regally {adv} [say, carry oneself, walk, sit, etc.]
18
hoheitsvoll
jauntily {adv} [walk]
15
schwungvoll
spec. abatic {adj} [unable to walk]gehunfähig
exploratory [attr.] [e.g. experiment, drilling, trip, walk]Erkundungs- [z. B. -versuch, -bohrung, -fahrt, -gang]
gravelled {adj} [Br.] [e.g. drive, lane, path, walk]Kies- [mit Kies bedeckt] [z. B. Einfahrt, Weg]
Verbs
to stride [walk with long steps]
2213
schreiten [ausgreifende Schritte machen]
to strut [to walk proudly]
1079
stolzieren [pej.]
to wander [walk around casually]
157
herumlaufen
to troll [esp. Br.] [coll.] [walk]
67
laufen
to drift [walk slowly]
43
schlendern
to ambulate [formal] [walk]
39
gehen
to go [to function (of machinery) / to walk]
38
laufen
to stride [walk with long steps]
33
ausgreifen [ausgreifende Schritte machen]
to trip [walk/run/dance with quick light steps]
30
tänzeln [trippeln]
to maunder [wander / walk aimlessly]
22
schlendern
to stride [walk with long steps]
20
ausholen [ausgreifende Schritte machen]
[to walk stiffly or with long strides like a stork]
7
storchen [ugs.] [steif wie ein Storch gehen, mit langen Schritten gehen]
to trip [walk with short steps]
7
zeppeln [österr.] [veraltend]
to streetwalk [also: street-walk] [prostitute]
6
strichen [ugs.] [auf den Strich gehen]
to file [walk in single file]im Gänsemarsch marschieren
to funambulate [dated] [to dance or walk on a rope]auf dem Seil tanzen [auf einem in der Luft gespannten Seil akrobatische Balanceakte ausführen]
pol. to march [walk in an organized procession as a form of protest]einen Protestmarsch machen
to pass sth. [walk by, go past]an etw.Dat. vorbeigehen
to process [walk in procession](wie) in einer Prozession gehen
to stoop [walk with a forward inclination of the head, body, or shoulders]gebückt gehen
to tootle [esp. Br.] [walk or drive at a leisurely pace]zuckeln [ugs.] [langsam trotten, fahren]
to tramp [walk heavily]trappen [veraltet]
Nouns
strut [proud walk]
108
Stolzieren {n}
promenade [walk]
17
Spaziergang {m}
airing [walk to take air or exercise]
12
Spaziergang {m} [um frische Luft zu schöpfen]
mosey [coll.] [walk without a particular purpose]
6
Bummel {m} [ugs.] [Spaziergang ohne festes Ziel]
crawler [Br.] [coll.] [baby who has not yet learned to walk]
5
Krabbelkind {n} [ugs.]
toys Bobbycar® [learn-to-walk toy car]Bobbycar® {n} {m}
mosy [coll.] [spv.] [mosey] [walk without a particular purpose]Bummel {m} [ugs.] [Spaziergang ohne festes Ziel]
astronau spacewalk [also: space walk]Weltraumausflug {m} [Weltraumspaziergang]
2 Words: Verbs
to breeze in [coll.] [walk in nonchalantly]hereinspazieren
to foot it [coll.] [to walk]tippeln [ugs.]
to go through [walk through, sift]durchgehen
to head for ... [go to ..., walk to ...]nach ... gehen [auf ... zusteuern]
to hoof it [coll.] [to walk]tippeln [ugs.]
to leg it [Br.] [coll.] [to walk]zu Fuß gehen
to make for sth. [to walk toward]Richtung etw.Nom. gehen [z. B.: Sie geht Richtung Stadtmitte.]
to make for sth. [to walk toward]in Richtung etw. [Nom., auch Gen.] gehen [z. B.: Er ging in Richtung Ufer / des Ufers.]
to shuffle off [lazily walk off]sichAkk. trollen [ugs.]
2 Words: Nouns
toys Bobby-Car® [learn-to-walk toy car]Rutschauto {n} [Kinderrutschauto] [seltener für: Bobby-Car®]
toys Bobby-Car® [learn-to-walk toy car]Rutscherauto {n} [seltener für: Bobby-Car®]
toys Bobby-Car® [learn-to-walk toy car]Rutscherfahrzeug {n} [seltener für: Bobby-Car®]
toys Bobby-Car® [learn-to-walk toy car]Bobby-Car® {n} {m} [Rutschauto]
travel day walk [also: day-walk]Tageswanderung {f}
law perp walk [coll.] [short for: perpetrator walk][öffentliches und erniedrigendes Vorführen eines Tatverdächtigen vor den Medien]
math. spec. stocks random walk <RW>(symmetrische) Irrfahrt {f} [Random Walk]
3 Words: Verbs
to take an airing [idiom] [go out for a walk]frische Luft schöpfen [einen Spaziergang machen]
to the left of sth. [move, walk, swing, etc.]nach links neben etw.Akk. [gehen, sich begeben etc.]
3 Words: Nouns
a proper tramp [walk]ein ordentlicher Marsch {m}
4 Words: Others
to walk the walk {Idiom} [coll.] [to suit one's actions to one's words]seinenDat. Worten Taten folgen lassen
4 Words: Verbs
to go for a blow [long walk] [Br.] [dated]einen (ausgedehnten) Spaziergang machen
4 Words: Nouns
med. six-minutes walk test <6-minutes walk test, 6-MWT, 6MWT>Sechs-Minuten-Gehtest {m} <6-Minuten-Gehtest, 6MGT>
walk-through metal detector [also "walk through" and "walkthrough"]Metalldetektorschleuse {f} [auch "Metalldetektor-Schleuse"]
5+ Words: Others
proverb If you're going to talk the talk, you've got to walk the walk. [coll.]Lass deinen Worten Taten folgen!
5+ Words: Verbs
idiom to take the number 11 bus [coll.] [to walk]auf Schusters Rappen reisen [zu Fuß gehen]
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