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walkverb

  • ja歩く
  • ento move with the legs at a pace slower than running

Examples

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Keep walking straight.
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Yeah, I know.
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I'm walking.
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I'm walking, and I'm seeing a paper supply store.
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You're walking with me.
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Is that what you're doing?
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Are you walking with me?
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Dad, no!
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It says, "Don't walk."
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You just wanna make sure that you're really straight, your chin is down,
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and you walk strong.
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What are you doing?
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I'm walking like a skeleton.
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Can we stop walking in slow-mo now?
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Twenty more yards.
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Stop walking!
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Cassie!
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Oh, goddammit.
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A bunch of good-looking people just walked in.

Other meanings for walk...

walkverb

  • ja無罪放免になる
  • ento escape unpunished
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Anyway, I can't use my override code because doing so would delete the entire evidence-tracking database.
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The NYPD only backs up that information at the precinct level twice a year.
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We would lose 4 months of evidence.
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So what you're saying is that every perp awaiting trial would walk free?
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Exactly, and we have hundreds of open cases.
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Death penalty would be too good for this guy.
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Let him rot in jail.
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The cast, it's just an abundance of riches.
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You're letting him go, aren't you?
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There was an intensity of purpose from everybody.
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We can't just let him walk.