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Synonyms for walk

travel on foot

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  • travel on foot
  • go on foot
  • hoof it
  • foot it
  • go by shanks's pony

walk all over someone: take advantage of

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walk all over someone: defeat heavily or utterly

walk in on someone

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walk off or away with something: win

walk out: leave suddenly

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  • leave suddenly
  • storm out
  • get up and go
  • flounce out
  • vote with your feet
  • make a sudden departure
  • take off

walk out: go on strike

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walk out on someone

Synonyms for walk

to go on foot

walk out: to cease working in support of demands made upon an employer

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an act of walking, especially for pleasure

a usually brief and regular journey on foot, especially for exercise

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(baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls

manner of walking

a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground

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careers in general

accompany or escort

obtain a base on balls

give a base on balls to

live or behave in a specified manner

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be or act in association with

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walk at a pace

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This can make them walkable even if they lack pavements, crossings and other infrastructure for pedestrians.
The problem is that demand for walkable places far outstrips supply, artificially jacking up real estate prices in these communities--consider the insane rents and sale prices today in Brooklyn's Park Slope, Chicago's Lincoln Park, or the Virginia Highland neighborhood in Atlanta, compared to other parts of their metropolitan areas.
According to Smart Growth America, a Brookings Institution study, real estate values increase as neighborhoods become more walkable.
cities that are considered the most walkable may also be the most dangerous for pedestrians.
Centering new development along key transit corridors and building walkable, 20-minute neighborhoods ensures that residents have the option to walk, bike or take transit for their daily transportation needs, and reduces the impact of car-travel-related greenhouse gas emissions.
Upon anticipated completion of Phase I in 2017, the property will provide White Plains with a dynamic mix of premier residential and retail space that further evolves and extends this walkable community.
The percentage of the population with walkable park access is four times higher in San Francisco, Calif.
Get them off the bus and out of the car - if it''s walkable, walk it.
The project is planned to break ground in fourth quarter 2015 and is destined to become a 24-hour living, walkable community spread over 800,000 sqft of land.
Factory-engineered modular walls and walkable ceilings
Respondents prefer living close to work, amenities, transit and on walkable streets, but also prefer living in single-family neighborhoods with parking in their own garages or driveways.
Weatherfast gutter systems are laminated with a walkable PVC tread pattern and this is achieved by feeding a coil of PVC through to a set of pinch rollers, where it is pressed onto a continuous coil/sheet of steel, which is simultaneously introduced into the rollers.
These projects are making it possible for developers to meet demand for walkable neighborhoods in the suburbs, and the proximity of shopping malls to major highways and mass transit has made them prime targets for redevelopment.
But urban activists and doctors say that for the sake of our own health, we need to make our neighbourhoods more walkable.