going for a walk

going for a walk
1. прогулка

for a walk — на прогулку

go for a walk — делать прогулку

an object for a walk — цель прогулки

tidy walk — продолжительная прогулка

to grudge the time for a walk — жалеть время на прогулку

2. гуляющий

English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • walk — walk1 [ wɔk ] verb *** ▸ 1 move with feet ▸ 2 go with someone on foot ▸ 3 give pet exercise ▸ 4 move heavy object ▸ 5 leave job permanently ▸ 6 disappear or be stolen ▸ 7 be freed in legal trial ▸ 8 in baseball ▸ 9 travel in basketball ▸ +… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • walk —    1. (the streets) to be a prostitute    Seldom tout court, but if so used, the confusion may be considerable. In 1891 Daisy Hopkins was sentenced to fourteen days in prison by the University Court of Cambridge after being accused of walking… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • walk off — phrasal verb Word forms walk off : present tense I/you/we/they walk off he/she/it walks off present participle walking off past tense walked off past participle walked off 1) [transitive] to get rid of a bad feeling or condition by going for a… …   English dictionary

  • walk — I. verb Etymology: partly from Middle English walken (past welk, past participle walken), from Old English wealcan to roll, toss, journey about (past weolc, past participle wealcen) and partly from Middle English walkien (past walked, past… …   New Collegiate 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

  • 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 — /wawk/, v.i. 1. to advance or travel on foot at a moderate speed or pace; proceed by steps; move by advancing the feet alternately so that there is always one foot on the ground in bipedal locomotion and two or more feet on the ground in… …   Universalium

  • for — We use for + a period of time to say how long something goes on: for six years (I ve lived in this house for six years.) for two hours (We watched television for two hours last night.) for a week (Ann is going away for a week in September.) Are… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • for — 1 strong,; strong /fO:r/ preposition 1 intended to be given to or belong to a particular person: I ve got a present for you. | Save some for Arthur. 2 intended to be used in a particular situation: We ve bought some new chairs for the office. | a …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • for — for1 W1S1 [fə strong fo: $ fər strong fo:r] prep [: Old English;] 1.) used to say who is intended to get or use something, or where something is intended to be used ▪ I ve got a present for you. ▪ Someone left a message for Vicky. ▪ an English… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • for — /fɔ / (say faw), weak forms /fə / (say fuh), /f / (say f) preposition 1. with the object or purpose of: to go for a walk. 2. intended to belong to, suit the purposes or needs of, or be used in connection with: a book for children; a box for… …   Australian English dictionary


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