The word ‘walk’ can mean many different things. As a verb, the meaning is to lift and place one foot in front of the other at a regular pace or to escort someone on foot.
- We spent 5 hours walking along the beach. (one foot in front of the other)
- The bouncers walked the intoxicated man to a waiting taxi. (escort)
phrasal verbs with walk
Phrasal verbs with ‘walk’ include:
- Walk away (leave)
- Walk away/off with (win or steal)
- Walk in on (accidentally interrupt)
- Walk into (hit an object)
- Walk off (leave)
- Walk on (continue walking)
- Walk out (leave)
- Walk through (explain in detail)
- Walk up to (approach)
Let’s learn the meaning of the phrasal verbs that contain the verb ‘walk’ in more detail and see some examples in use.
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