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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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Thus, it is necessary to be able to measure the indices of walkability and quality of the infrastructure for pedestrians - sidewalks (Grasser et al.
A subset of questions from the Physical Activity Neighborhood Environment Survey (PANES) was used to measure the subjective perception of neighborhood walkability, both around the workplace and around home (Sallis et al., 2010).
There was an increased incidence of asthma among birth home neighborhoods with low walkability (hazard ratio, 1.11).
A large amount of spatial variability in Brisbane exists in the three main components of walkability considered in this paper: residential density, land-use mix, and street connectivity.
Various global rakings mention that Pakistani cities act poorly in terms of the criteria of density, livability, business environment, walkability and competitiveness.
This sequential mixed method study has two objectives: (1) estimating the associations between perceived changes in walking and cycling for transportation and overall physical activity and changes in objectively assessed neighbourhood walkability (Walk Score[R]) and (2) describing perceived built environment barriers and facilitators to physical activity following neighbourhood relocation.
Apex co-founder, Roger Neiley, explains, "We reject the idea that your feet should be packed into a shell two sizes too small to create enough support to edge effectively." Neiley continues, "The Apex design is different and thousands of skiers have found that it's better; we pair a comfortable, Vibram-soled walking boot for a contoured fit via Boa closures with a three-buckle 'Open Chassis,' which integrates with any alpine binding." Ultimately, the Apex system allows skiers the comfort and walkability of a snowboard boot with a high performance cuff that transfers leg energy efficiently and powerfully to the skis for ultimate control.
Walk Score, which lets prospective renters and buyers choose homes based on walkability, ranks cities in the US, Canada and Australia.
That threshold point appears to be a walkability score of 50, yet Mr.
In Marion County, Indiana, home to the Health By Design coalition in Indianapolis, the area's diversity in land use types, such as high-speed traffic areas, made improving walkability a challenge.
Researchers evaluated walkability based on four factors: population density, number of walkable destinations (stores, services, parks), residential building density, and street connectivity.
Many times that works, but in using eight measurements: cost of living, crime rates (both violent and property), well-being of seniors, walkability, taxes, health care quality, weather and culture, Bankrate added a multidimensional way to search for the right spot -- or not -- to retire.
(7) The reasons why dogs may not be walked are multi-faceted, with studies identifying owner (e.g., sense of responsibility), dog (e.g., health status, behaviour), social environment (e.g., sense of community) and physical environment (e.g., walkability, access to off-leash areas) factors as important barriers or facilitators of dog-walking.
The series also includes four assignments--a walkability assessment, an existing conditions analysis, a level of service assessment, and bicycle level of service and level of traffic stress analyses--that students may work on individually or as part of a small group.
It gives us the opportunity to maintain the feel and walkability of Fondren as it exists today."