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caminar

  
a       vi  
1    (=andar)   to walk  
iban caminando por el parque      they were walking in the park  
fuimos caminando a casa de María      we walked to María's house  
hemos venido caminando      we walked (here), we came on foot  
salen a caminar después de comer      they go (out) for a walk after lunch  
caminar sin rumbo      to walk o wander about aimlessly  
2    (=progresar)   to move  
el cortejo caminaba en silencio      the funeral procession was moving silently  
caminamos hacia una sociedad sin clases      we are moving towards a classless society  
3      (LAm)   (=funcionar)   to work  
esto no camina      this doesn't work  
b       vt   to walk  
caminamos cuatro kilómetros      we walked four kilometres  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
caminar descalzo exp.
walk barefoot

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
v.
to grope one's way
exp.
to walk {o} wander about aimlessly
exp.
to walk abreast of sb
exp.
to walk a tightrope
(MODISMOS)
exp.
they go (out) for a walk after lunch
exp.
I'll carry on (for) as long as I can still walk
exp.
his shoes got out of shape from so much walking
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'caminar' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
caminar contoneándose
exp.
caminar con dificultad
n.
caminar sin equilibrio
tambalearse
exp.
caminar por el barro
exp.
caminar con paso seguro
exp.
caminar arrastrando los pies
exp.
caminar dando pisadas fuertes
exp.
caminar con paso vacilante
exp.
caminar por el agua/la nieve
exp.
empezó a caminar calle abajo
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"caminar": examples and translations in context
Tendrá que caminar conmigo, joven. You'll have to walk with me, young man.
Es peligroso caminar mucho y no hablar. It is dangerous to walk too long without speaking.
Ya he tenido suficiente de caminar. Ouf, I've had enough of walking.
Abandonas todo, y comienzas a caminar. You just leave everything, and you start walking.
Loring publicará tu declaración... y no podrás caminar por la calle. When Loring gets through printin' that statement of yours in his paper... they won't let you walk around out in the open.
Que alguien como éste pueda caminar libremente... That something like that can even walk around freely...
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