camina hacia
phrase
1. (informal) (imperative; second person singular) 
¿Dónde está la iglesia? - Camina hacia el puente y la encontrarás.Where's the church? - Walk towards the bridge and you'll find it.
2. (formal) (second person singular) 
Si camina hacia la costa, pronto se encontrará con la cabaña.If you walk towards the shore, you'll soon come across the hut.
3. (third person singular) 
a. he walks towards (masculine) 
Camina hacia ella, ansioso por abrazarla.He walks towards her, eager to embrace her.
b. she walks towards (feminine) 
Esa es la mujer que me quitó la cartera. Si camina hacia la puerta de salida, llama a la policía.That's the woman who took my bag. If she walks towards the exit door, call the police.
Cuando el hombre camina hacia el acantilado con la intención de saltar, una mano invisible lo obliga a detenerse.When the man walks towards the cliff with the intention of jumping, an invisible hand forces him to stop.
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