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walking / andar
 
walking   [ˈwɔ:kɪŋ]
A. -noun
(=act)   andar (m),   caminar (m)   (as pastime)   excursionismo (m)
(=hill walking)   senderismo (m)   (Sport)   marcha (f) (atlética)
·walking is very good for you
·andar or caminar es muy sano
·she found walking painful
·le resultaba doloroso andar
·I did some walking in the Alps last summer
·el verano pasado hice senderismo por los Alpes
B. -adjective   ambulante
·he'noun a walking encyclopaedia
·es una enciclopedia ambulante
·the walking wounded
·los heridos que pueden/podían ir a pie or andar
C. -compound
·walking distance   -noun
·it'noun within walking distance
·se puede ir andando
·walking frame   -noun   andador (m)
·walking holiday   -noun
·they went on a walking holiday to Wales
·fueron a Gales de vacaciones para caminar
·a hotel which offers walking holidays
·un hotel que ofrece vacaciones con excursiones a pie
·walking pace   -noun
·at a walking pace
·a paso de peatónoun,   a paso normal
·to slow to a walking pace
·aminorar la marcha a paso normal
·walking papers   *   -noun plural
(United States)   pasaporte (m) / pasaporte masculine (f),   aviso (m) de despido
·walking race   -noun   carrera (f) pedestre
·walking shoes   -noun plural   zapatos masculine plural para andar or especially Latin America caminar
·walking stick   -noun   bastónoun (m)
·walking tour   -noun   viaje (m) a pie,   excursiónoun (f) a pie
 
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