verb (used without object)
- to go on strike; stage a walkout: The miners will walk unless they get a pay raise.
- to be acquitted or to be released or fined rather than sentenced to jail: If the prosecutor doesn't present his case well, the murderer may walk.
verb (used with object)
- the route of a street vendor, tradesman, or the like.
- the district or area in which such a route is located.
- a tract of forest land under the charge of one forester or keeper.
- to remove illegally; steal.
- to win or attain, as in a competition: to walk off with the first prize for flower arrangements.
- to surpass one's competitors; win easily: to walk off with the fight.
- to go on strike.
- to leave in protest: to walk out of a committee meeting.
- to release (a play) by combining a reading aloud of the lines with the designated physical movements.
- Informal. to perform (a role, play, etc.) in a perfunctory manner.
- to make little or no effort in performing one's role: He didn't like the script and walked through his part.
Words nearby walk
Idioms for walk
- to be forced by another to walk on tiptoe.
- to walk cautiously.
- to be discharged or dismissed.
- to discharge or dismiss (someone).
Origin of walk
OTHER WORDS FROM walkun·walked, adjective
Definition for walk (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM race walkingrace walker, noun
Examples from the Web for walk
Creating PGCs from skin tissue, on the other hand, seems like a walk in the park compared to egg freezing.
“They know there are drug spots,” said Wanda Williams, who was out for a walk with her son.
“They just walk around, they ride in their patrol cars, and they just pass by,” he said.
It's nothing for someone to walk up to me in the store or at a restaurant and ask for an autograph or speak to me.Porn Stars on the Year in Porn: Drone Erotica, Belle Knox, and Wild Sex|Aurora Snow|December 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We want [fans] to walk away changed or better or at least entertained by it.
"We will go for a walk to-day," said the oblate, rubbing his hands.En Route|J.-K. (Joris-Karl) Huysmans
But if he could only walk, it wouldn't make much difference.The Telenizer|Don Thompson
I stopped at the end of the walk and saw the sunshine out over the wide 'Virginia meadows.'Ten American Girls From History|Kate Dickinson Sweetser
I have put myself out of sorts for the day, and shall go and walk, unless the direction of this sets me up again.The Letters of Charles Dickens|Charles Dickens
If you desire to avoid observation you can remain here until it grows darker, and then you can walk up to the mansion.A Bicycle of Cathay|Frank R. Stockton
British Dictionary definitions for walk
- to be a prostitute
- to wander round a town or city, esp when looking for work or having nowhere to stay
- an arrangement of trees or shrubs in widely separated rows
- the space between such rows
Derived forms of walkwalkable, adjective
Word Origin for walk
Medical definitions for walk (1 of 2)
Medical definitions for walk (2 of 2)
Idioms and Phrases with walk
In addition to the idioms beginning with walk
- walk all over
- walk a tightrope
- walk away from
- walk away with
- walking encyclopedia
- walking papers
- walk off with
- walk of life
- walk on air
- walk on eggs
- walk out
- walk over
- walk tall
- walk the floor
- walk the plank
- walk through
- cock of the walk
- hands down (in a walk)
- worship the ground someone walks on