caminar por la calle

caminar por la calle(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. to walk down the street
Raúl es muy guapo. Cuando camina por la calle, todo el mundo lo mira.Raul is very handsome. When he walks down the street, everyone looks at him.
Hoy iba caminando por la calle y me encontré con Antonio.Today I was walking down the street and bumped into Antonio.
b. to walk along the street
Si vas caminando por la calle y te encuentras una cartera tirada en el suelo, ¿qué haces con ella?If you're walking along the street and find a wallet lying on the floor, what do you do with it?
En esta ciudad no se puede caminar por la calle. Está todo en obras.You can't walk along the street in this city. There are works everywhere.
c. to walk in the street
El sábado estuve en el centro, y era muy difícil caminar por la calle porque había mucha gente.I went downtown on Saturday, and it was very difficult to walk in the street because there were so many people.
d. to walk through the street
Es un placer caminar por la calle en Berlín. ¡Las aceras son tan anchas!It's a pleasure to walk through the street in Berlin. The sidewalks are so wide!
e. to wander through the streets
¿Qué hiciste Madrid? - Nada de particular, estuve caminando por la calle, mirando tiendas, lo de siempre.What did you do in Madrid? - Nothing special. I was wandering through the streets, looking at shops, the usual.
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