walk along

phr verb
Walk along is used with these nouns as the object: ↑sidewalk

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  • walk along — v. stroll along (such as a river, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Walk Along John — also known as Oh, Come Along John , is an American song written for the blackface minstrel show stage in 1843. The lyrics of the song are typical of those of the early minstrel show. They are largely nonsense[1] about a black man who boasts abou …   Wikipedia

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  • walk up — walk along, walk on, walk in    They walked up and down the hall, waiting for the doctor …   English idioms

  • walk — 1 verb 1 MOVE ALONG (I) to move along putting one foot in front of the other: We must have walked ten miles today. (+ along/around/up etc): How long does it take to walk into town? | walk down the street | walk back/home: Marcus and I walked back …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • walk — I n. journey by foot 1) to have (BE), take a walk 2) to take smb. for a walk (BE also has: to take smb. a long walk round the grounds) 3) to go for, go on a walk 4) a brisk; easy; leisurely; long; nature; short walk (to take a brisk walk) 5) a… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • walk — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 trip on foot ADJECTIVE ▪ brief, little, short ▪ We took a brief walk around the old quarter. ▪ good, long, long distance (BrE …   Collocations dictionary

  • walk the plank — phrasal 1. : to be compelled especially by pirates to walk along a plank sticking out over the side of a ship until one falls into the sea 2. : to vacate an office or position under compulsion * * * walk the plank To suffer the former maritime… …   Useful english dictionary

  • walk — walk1 W1S1 [wo:k US wo:k] v 1.) [I and T] to move forward by putting one foot in front of the other ▪ How did you get here? We walked. ▪ Doctors said he d never walk again. walk into/down/up etc ▪ Carrie walked into the room and sat down in her… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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