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walk englannista suomeksi

  1. kulkea käyntiä

  2. kävelypolku

  3. kävellä

  4. käynti

  5. kävelyretki, kävelylenkki

  6. saada piste

  7. kävely

  8. kävelyttää, taluttaa, ulkoiluttaa

  9. kulkea

  10. vapaataival

  11. elämänala

  12. saattaa

  13. antaa piste

  14. kulkea yhdessä

  1. kävellä, käydä poetic or archaic, lampsia, lompsia, käppäillä, köpöttää, linkuttaa, tepastella, taapertaa, tallustaa, tallata, talsia, dallata

  2. lähteä kävelemään

  3. kävellä, kulkea jalan">kulkea jalan

  4. kävelyttää, ulkoiluttaa, taluttaa to take for a walk; saattaa to accompany

  5. antaa vapaataival">antaa vapaataival

  6. kävelyttää, taluttaa

  7. vanuttaa, huovuttaa

  8. kävellä

  9. lähteä

  10. taluttaa

  11. käyttäytyä

  12. vaeltaa, kulkea

  13. olla liikkeellä">olla liikkeellä, liikkua, kulkea

  14. kävely, kävelyretki

  15. kävely, kävelymatka

  16. kävelytyyli

  17. kävelytie

  18. vapaataival

  19. kulku

  20. Verbi

  21. Substantiivi

walk englanniksi

  1. To move on the feet by alternately setting each foot (or pair or group of feet, in the case of animals with four or more feet) forward, with at least one foot on the ground at all times. Compare run.

  2. (ux)

  3. (RQ:Besant Ivory Gate) His mother lived at Pembridge Square, which is four good measured miles from Lincoln's Inn. He walked the whole way, walking through crowds, and under the noses of dray-horses, carriage-horses, and cart-horses, without taking the least notice of them.

  4. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  5. To "free", i.e. to win, or avoid, a criminal court case, particularly when actually guilty.

  6. Of an object, to go missing or be stolen.

  7. To walk off the field, as if given out, after the fielding side appeals and before the umpire has ruled; done as a matter of sportsmanship when the batsman believes he is out.

  8. To travel (a distance) by walking.

  9. To take for a walk or accompany on a walk.

  10. (RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)a thief to walk my ambling gelding.

  11. To allow a batter to reach base by pitching four balls.

  12. To move something by shifting between two positions, as if it were walking.

  13. To full; to beat cloth to give it the consistency of felt.

  14. To traverse by walking (or analogous gradual movement).

  15. To operate the left and right throttles of (an aircraft) in alternation.

  16. 1950, ''Flying Magazine'' (volume 46, number 3, page 18)

  17. Still keeping his tail in the air, Red coaxed the “Airknocker” ahead and as we grasped his struts he slowly retarded the throttle. We walked the plane between two tiedown blocks and not until we had tied the struts did Red cut the switch.
  18. To leave, resign.

  19. (RQ:Spenser Ireland)

  20. To push (a vehicle) alongside oneself as one walks.

  21. 1994, John Forester, ''Bicycle Transportation: A Handbook for Cycling Transportation Engineers'', MIT Press, p.245:

  22. The county had a successful defense only because the judge kept telling the jury at every chance that the cyclist should have walked his bicycle like a pedestrian.
  23. To behave; to pursue a course of life; to conduct oneself.

  24. (RQ:Taylor Holy Livin), page 35

  25. We walk perversely with God, and he will walk crookedly toward us.
  26. To be stirring; to be abroad; to go restlessly about; said of things or persons expected to remain quiet, such as a sleeping person, or the spirit of a dead person.

  27. October 9, 1550, (w), ''sermon preached at Stamford'', link

  28. I heard a pen walking in the chimney behind the cloth.
  29. (quote-book)

  30. To be in motion; to act; to move.

  31. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  32. (RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale)

  33. (RQ:Jonson Catilin), link

  34. Do you think I'd walk in any plot?
  35. To put, keep, or train (a puppy) in a walk, or training area for dogfighting.

  36. To move a guest to another hotel if their confirmed reservation is not available on day of check-in.

  37. A trip made by walking.

  38. A distance walked.

  39. An Olympic Games track event requiring that the heel of the leading foot touch the ground before the toe of the trailing foot leaves the ground.

  40. A manner of walking; a person's style of walking.

  41. A path, sidewalk/pavement or other maintained place on which to walk.

  42. (cot)

  43. 1902, John Buchan, ''The Outgoing of the Tide''

  44. And then it appeared to the young man that he was walking his love up the grass walk of Heriotside, with the house close by him.
  45. A person's conduct or course in life.

  46. 1887, Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine, ‎Sir Hall Caine, ‎John Parker Anderson, ''Life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge'' (page 136)

  47. Men like Stuart who had no desire to extol Coleridge's virtues, and other witnesses quite as hostile, to whom a moral dereliction could hardly be a mortal offence, were loud in praise of the purity of his walk in life.
  48. A situation where all players fold to the blind, as their first action (instead of calling or raising), once they get their cards.

  49. (senseid) An award of first base to a batter following four balls being thrown by the pitcher; known in the rules as a "base on balls".

  50. In coffee, coconut, and other plantations, the space between them.

  51. An area of an estate planted with fruit-bearing trees.Lise Winer (ed.), ''Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad and Tobago'', McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008, p.(nbs)940.https://books.google.ca/books?id=_n82hsbDJBMC&printsec=frontcoverv=onepage&q&f=false

  52. 1755, William Belgrove, ''A Treatise upon Husbandry or Planting'', Boston, p.(nbs)14,https://archive.org/details/treatiseuponhusb00belg

  53. Twenty Acres of Land well kept in a Plantain Walk, will afford a very considerable Support, as Plantains are as hearty a Food as Eddoes, and the Plantain Walk may be a Nursery for declining Slaves, as well as to fatten old Cattle when they are past Labour.
  54. 1803, (w), ''The History of the Maroons'', London: Longman and Rees, Volume 1, Letter 4, page 80,

  55. For half a mile from Vaughansfield the road, now a mere track, leads through pastures and a coffee-walk to the foot of a very steep hill (..)
  56. 1961, (w), ''The Far Journey of Oudin'', Book 2, Chapter 6, in ''The Guyana Quartet'', London: Faber and Faber, 1985, p.(nbs)150,https://archive.org/details/guyanaquartet00harr

  57. One day he knew he would build this identical palace for himself. Not next to the road like now—where the present cottage was—but half a mile inside the coconut walk.
  58. 1995, (w), “Window” in ''Discerner of Hearts'', Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, p.(nbs)66,https://archive.org/details/discernerofheart00oliv

  59. He couldn’t sleep and took to walking outside at night, to look at the stars, to feel the cool air, and for a long time wasn’t even conscious that he always ended up standing in the darkness of the cocoa walk staring at the shutters of Bridget’s room.
  60. A place for keeping and training puppies for dogfighting.

  61. An enclosed area in which a gamecock is confined to prepare him for fighting.

  62. A sequence of alternating vertices and edges, where each edge's endpoints are the preceding and following vertices in the sequence.

  63. Something very easily accomplished; a in the park.

  64. 1980, Robert Barr, ''The Coming Out Present'' (episode of ''Detective'', BBC radio drama; around 16 min 20 sec)

  65. And for the strongroom itself, he can tell us where to find the combination of the day. We had allowed four hours, Joe, but with this help, once you get us inside, it's a walk! I've been timing it.
  66. A cheque drawn on a bank that was not a member of the London Clearing and whose code was allocated on a one-off basis; they had to be "walked" (hand-delivered by messengers).

  67. to full (qualifier), waulk, tuck

  68. turning, tossing

  69. (l), journey

  70. walking, movement

  71. pathway, trail

  72. (alt form)

  73. (inflection of)