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 Translation for 'to walk' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to walk | walked | walked
walking | walks
SYNO base on balls | manner of walking | paseo | ...
to walkходя
to walkвървя
to walkразхождам се
Nouns
walk {noun}разходка {ж}
2 Words
unverified to walk away отивам си [несв.] (тръгвам си)
unverified to walk intoвлизам [несв.]
3 Words
to walk a dogразхождам куче
to walk out on sb.зарязвам нкг. [несв.]
to walk out on sb.напускам нкг. [несв.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Apollo 8 serves as character development in the 1995 film "Apollo 13", in which Jim Lovell is motivated to walk on the Moon by his Apollo 8 experience and later disappointed to be so near the surface twice without walking on it.
  • Initially, there was some uncertainty whether any breach of the provisions of the Doubin Law would enable the franchisee to walk away from the contract.
  • According to the ETC, the average rural inhabitant of Ethiopia has to walk 30 kilometers to the nearest phone.
  • The big toes were tied together or needles were driven through the soles of the feet in order to keep the dead from being able to walk.
  • Many developmental milestones are delayed with the ability to crawl typically occurring around 8 months rather than 5 months and the ability to walk independently typically occurring around 21 months rather than 14 months.

  • The legend of the Wandering Jew concerns a Jew who taunted Jesus on the way to the Crucifixion and was then cursed to walk the earth until the Second Coming.
  • away and Barks had to walk that distance every day.
  • Along with serving as the home field for the Reds, the stadium also holds the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame, which was added as a part of Reds tradition allowing fans to walk through the history of the franchise as well as participating in many interactive baseball features.
  • The most accessible route to the ground is to walk through Bishops Park from Putney Bridge (the nearest Underground station), often known as 'The Green Mile' by Fulham fans (as it is roughly a mile walk through pleasant greenery).
  • The opponent then approaches the caller and meets them to walk side by side.

  • Caymanians made mules or donkeys with lanterns tied to their bodies to walk along the beaches or lit a large bonfire to attract sailors.
  • On Sundays and holidays, the Eixo Monumental is closed to cars so that locals may use it as a place to walk, bike, and have picnics under the trees.
  • Surgery funded by the March of Dimes enabled McGhee to walk.
  • Those that affect children tend to be inherited or familial, and their symptoms are either present at birth or appear before learning to walk.
  • Brawlers tend to overcome swarmers or in-fighters because, in trying to get close to the slugger, the in-fighter will invariably have to walk straight into the guns of the much harder-hitting brawler, so, unless the former has a very good chin and the latter's stamina is poor, the brawler's superior power will carry the day.

  • Due to the often fluctuating winter temperatures between above and below freezing, the saltwater ice of the Baltic Sea can be treacherous and hazardous to walk on, in particular in comparison to the more stable fresh water-ice sheets in the interior lakes.
  • Broteas was a famous hunter who refused to honour Artemis, and boasted that nothing could harm him, not even fire. Artemis then drove him mad, causing him to walk into fire, ending his life.
  • They also agreed that "we shall by all means labor to keep off from us all such as are contrary minded, and receive only such unto us as may be probably of one heart with us, such as that we either know or may well and truly be informed to walk in a peaceable conversation with all meekness of spirit, [...] for the edification of each other in the knowledge and faith of the Lord Jesus…" The covenant also stipulated that if differences were to arise between townsmen, they would seek arbitration for resolution and each would pay his fair share for the common good.
  • In 1993, two of the judges threatened to walk out when "Trainspotting" appeared on the longlist; Irvine Welsh's novel was pulled from the shortlist to satisfy them.
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