Pronunciation of Walk  

English Meaning

To move along on foot; to advance by steps; to go on at a moderate pace; specifically, of two-legged creatures, to proceed at a slower or faster rate, but without running, or lifting one foot entirely before the other touches the ground.

  1. To move over a surface by taking steps with the feet at a pace slower than a run: a baby learning to walk; a horse walking around a riding ring.
  2. To go or travel on foot: walked to the store.
  3. To go on foot for pleasure or exercise; stroll: walked along the beach looking for shells.
  4. To move in a manner suggestive of walking: saw a woodpecker walking up the tree trunk.
  5. To conduct oneself or behave in a particular manner; live: walks in majesty and pride.
  6. To appear as a supernatural being: The specter of famine walks through the land.
  7. Slang To go out on strike.
  8. Slang To resign from one's job abruptly; quit.
  9. Slang To be acquitted: The alleged killer walked.
  10. Baseball To go to first base after the pitcher has thrown four pitches ruled as balls.
  11. Basketball To move illegally while holding the ball; travel.
  12. Obsolete To be in constant motion.
  13. To go or pass over, on, or through by walking: walk the financial district of a city.
  14. To bring to a specified condition by walking: They walked me to exhaustion.
  15. To cause to walk or proceed at a walk: walk a horse uphill.
  16. To accompany in walking; escort on foot: walk the children home; walked me down the hall.
  17. To traverse on foot in order to survey or measure; pace off: walked the bounds of the property.
  18. To move (a heavy or cumbersome object) in a manner suggestive of walking: walked the bureau into the hall.
  19. Baseball To allow (a batter) to go to first base by throwing four pitches ruled as balls.
  20. Baseball To cause (a run) to score by walking a batter. Often used with in.
  21. The gait of a human or other biped in which the feet are lifted alternately with one part of a foot always on the ground.
  22. The gait of a quadruped in which at least two feet are always touching the ground, especially the gait of a horse in which the feet touch the ground in the four-beat sequence of near hind foot, near forefoot, off hind foot, off forefoot.
  23. The self-controlled extravehicular movement in space of an astronaut.
  24. The act or an instance of walking, especially a stroll for pleasure or exercise.
  25. The rate at which one walks; a walking pace.
  26. The characteristic way in which one walks.
  27. The distance covered or to be covered in walking.
  28. A place, such as a sidewalk or promenade, on which one may walk.
  29. A route or circuit particularly suitable for walking: one of the prettiest walks in the area.
  30. Baseball A base on balls.
  31. Basketball The act or an instance of moving illegally with the ball; traveling.
  32. Sports A track event in which contestants compete in walking a specified distance.
  33. Sports Racewalking.
  34. An enclosed area designated for the exercise or pasture of livestock.
  35. An arrangement of trees or shrubs planted in widely spaced rows.
  36. The space between such rows.
  37. walk out To go on strike.
  38. walk out To leave suddenly, often as a signal of disapproval.
  39. walk over Informal To treat badly or contemptuously.
  40. walk over Informal To gain an easy or uncontested victory over.
  41. walk through To perform (a play, for example) in a perfunctory fashion, as at a first rehearsal.
  42. walk away from To outdo, outrun, or defeat with little difficulty.
  43. walk away from To survive (an accident) with very little injury.
  44. off To win easily or unexpectedly.
  45. off To steal.
  46. walk on air To feel elated.
  47. walk (someone) through To guide (someone) deliberately through (a process), one step at a time: She walked me through the installation of new software.
  48. walk out on To desert or abandon.
  49. walk the plank To be forced, as by pirates, to walk off a plank extended over the side of a ship so as to drown.

Malayalam Meaning

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നടന്നു പോകുക - Nadannu Pokuka ;അടിവെക്കുക - Adivekkuka ;ഉലാത്തുക - Ulaaththuka | Ulathuka ;നട - Nada ;ചുവട്‌ - Chuvadu ;ഗമിക്കുക - Gamikkuka ;

നടത്തം - Nadaththam | Nadatham ;നടക്കുക - Nadakkuka ;അടി - Adi ;നടക്കുക - നടക്കുക ;അടിനിരത്തുക - Adiniraththuka | Adinirathuka ;സഞ്ചരിക്കുക - Sancharikkuka ;ചലനം - Chalanam ;ഗമനം - Gamanam ;നടത്ത - Nadaththa | Nadatha ;

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

Proverbs 6:28

Can one walk on hot coals, And his feet not be seared?


ഒരുത്തന്നു കാൽ പൊള്ളാതെ തീക്കനലിന്മേൽ നടക്കാമോ?


Proverbs 3:23

Then you will walk safely in your way, And your foot will not stumble.


അങ്ങനെ നീ നിർഭയമായി വഴിയിൽ നടക്കും; നിന്റെ കാൽ ഇടറുകയുമില്ല.


Isaiah 65:2

I have stretched out My hands all day long to a rebellious people, Who walk in a way that is not good, According to their own thoughts;


സ്വൻ ത വിചാരങ്ങളെ അനുസരിച്ചു ആകാത്ത വഴിയിൽ നടക്കുന്ന മത്സരമുള്ള ജനത്തിങ്കലേക്കു ഞാൻ ഇടവിടാതെ കൈ നീട്ടുന്നു


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