Walk in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation
walking looks like it is a form of the word walk.
walk
intransitive verb
1. (to travel on foot)
a. caminar 
You should walk to lose some weight.Deberías caminar para perder algo de peso.
transitive verb
2. (to travel on foot)
a. caminar 
I had to walk all the way home because I couldn't catch a taxi.Tuve que caminar todo el trayecto a casa porque no pude agarrar un taxi.
b. andar 
Dad would walk ten miles to school every day.Papá andaba diez millas a la escuela todos los días.
3. (to take out a dog)
a. pasear 
I like walking the dog on the beach.Me gusta pasear al perro por la playa.
noun
4. (stroll)
a. el paseo  (M)(short)
We went for a walk in the park.Fuimos a dar un paseo por el parque.
b. la caminata  (F)(long)
It is a long walk from here to the zoo.Es una larga caminata desde aquí hasta el zoológico.
walk
[wɔːk]
noun
1. paseo (m) (short) ; caminata (f) (long)
  • it's a ten-minute walk awayestá a diez minutos de camino (de aquí)
  • to go for a walkir a dar un paseo
2. andares (mpl) manera (f) de caminar or (gait) andar (español de España)
3. (speed)
  • at a walkal paso, paseando
4. paseo (m) sendero (m) (path)
5. (profession, condition)
  • people from all walks of lifegente de toda condición
transitive verb
también:
  • to walk the dogsacar o pasear al perro
  • to walk somebody homeacompañar a alguien a casa
  • to walk the streetscaminar por las calles; hacer la calle (Euph) (prostitute)
intransitive verb
6. caminar (move on foot) , andar (español de España); ir andando or caminando ; pasear, caminar
  • to walk home (as opposed to riding, driving)(for exercise, pleasure) ir caminando or andando a casa (español de España)
walk [wɔːk]
noun
1 (stroll, ramble) paseo (m); (hike) caminata (f); excursión (f) a pie; (race) marcha (f) atlética
there's a nice walk by the river hay un paseo agradable por el río; this is my favourite walk este es mi paseo favorito; it's only a ten-minute walk from here está a solo diez minutos de aquí a pie; from there it's a short walk to his house desde allí a su casa se va a pie en muy poco tiempo; to go for or take a walk ir de paseo; we went for a walk around fuimos a dar una vuelta; take a walk! ¡lárgate (informal)!; to take sb for a walk llevar a algn de paseo
it was a walk in the park especially (US) fue coser y cantar; fue pan comido
Up until then, my life had been a walk in the park - everything had come my way So how did she cope with her heavily bandaged hamstring and groggy state on one of the fastest courses in Europe? "Oh, it was a walk in the park."
2 (avenue) paseo (m)
they have constructed a special walk through the rose garden they passed through outside courts with their pleasure-giving flowers, lakes, summer houses, rustic bridges and gardens until she ascended a covered walk with balustrades
3 (pace) paso (m)
he went at a quick walk caminó a (un) paso rápido
at a walk
the cavalry advanced at a walk la caballería avanzaba al paso
He could have followed Tandy at a walk
4 (gait) paso (m); andar (m)
he has an odd sort of walk tiene un modo de andar algo raro; to know sb by his walk conocer a algn por su modo de andar
5
walk of life: I meet people from all walks of life me encuentro con gente de todas las profesiones y condiciones sociales
transitive verb
1 [+distance] andar; caminar; especially (LAm)
we walked 40 kilometres yesterday ayer anduvimos 40 kilómetros; to walk the streets andar por las calles; (aimlessly) vagar por las calles; (be homeless) no tener hogar; estar sin techo; [+prostitute] hacer la calle or la carrera; to walk the wards (Med) hacer prácticas de clínica; you can walk it in five minutes está a cinco minutos andando or a pie de aquí; I had to walk it tuve que ir a pie or ir andando
the last bus had gone so I had to walk it
don't worry, you'll walk it no te preocupes, será facilísimo
to walk the boards
2 (lead) [+dog] pasear; sacar a pasear; [+horse] llevar al paso
she walks the dog every day pasea or saca a pasear al perro todos los días; I'll walk you to the station te acompaño a la estación
to walk sb into the ground or off his feet dejar a algn rendido de tanto caminar
intransitive verb
1 andar; caminar; especially (LAm) (as opposed to riding etc) ir a pie; ir andando; ir caminando; especially (LAm) (Dep) marchar
can your little boy walk yet? ¿ya anda tu niño?; to walk slowly andar despacio; don't walk so fast! ¡no andes tan deprisa!; you can walk there in five minutes está a cinco minutos andando de aquí; are you walking or going by bus? ¿vas a ir a pie o en autobús?
walk (US) (on traffic signal) cruzar
don't walk (US) (on traffic signal) no cruzar
walk a little with me acompáñame un rato; to walk in one's sleep ser sonámbulo; andar dormido; to walk downstairs/upstairs bajar/subir la escalera; we had to walk tuvimos que ir a pie or andando; to walk home ir andando a casa; volver andando a casa; we were out walking in the hills/in the park estábamos paseando por la montaña/el parque; to walk across sth cruzar algo; to walk slowly up/down the stairs subir/bajar lentamente la escalera; to walk up and down pasearse (de acá para allá)
to walk tall andar con la cabeza alta
2 [+ghost] andar; aparecer
3 (disappear) volar (informal)
my camera's walked mi cámara ha volado or desaparecido
4 (be acquitted) salir sin cargos
There was some kind of legal technicality and the guy walked No one was expecting him to be given a lengthy sentence; but no one was expecting him to walk either
Verb Conjugations for caminar
Gerund: caminando
Participle: caminado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yocaminocaminécaminabacaminaríacaminaré
caminascaminastecaminabascaminaríascaminarás
él/ella/Ud.caminacaminócaminabacaminaríacaminará
nosotroscaminamoscaminamoscaminábamoscaminaríamoscaminaremos
vosotroscamináiscaminasteiscaminabaiscaminaríaiscaminaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.caminancaminaroncaminabancaminaríancaminarán
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