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It's an easy walk from our house to the post office.
My office is a five-minute walk from the bus station.
I can recognize Joan by her walk.
The walk to the beach took them through a small forest.
He came up the walk, whistling and smelling the roses.
a sponsored walk (=in which people pay you an agreed amount for every mile)
Let's go for a walk before it gets too hot.
Feel free to take a walk around the garden.
He told us to take a walk.
Chris took the dog for a walk after work.
People from all walks of life use the public library.
There are people who underperform in every walk of life.
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the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology
the light outside that you see during the day
any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat
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Definition of walk from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.