walk po angielsku

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n. striding, strolling; journey on foot; path; passage; sidewalk; manner of walking; profession; lane
v. stroll, stride; travel by foot; lead, guide; accompany; conduct
v. drum, tumble; full, clean and thicken fabric during the manufacturing process, mill; flex, bend

Przykładowe zdania

After our first walk through such a big museum and the streets in downtown Madrid, we were really hungry.
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On the first day, we walked for around four hours; that might not sound like a lot, but we were destroyed by nightfall.
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What were all these things for? Little by little, we walked until we arrived to the center of the village, it was almost full of people.
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Just after lunch we decided to go for a walk through the village.
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Every day you can see her walking with them.
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Amy is walking dogs for three different people at the moment.
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I remember walking in the market one day and overhearing a conversation between two merchants.
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I walked out of the room later with a smile, beaming on my face from ear to ear.
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I once got lost and a man walked with me for around two kilometres until reaching the closest bus stop, located in the opposite direction to where he was going!
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John was walking home from school when a group of older boys school jumped out from behind a fence.
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