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walk /wɔːk/ (v/) 步行;走路;(n/) 散步;步行

walk - walked - walked - walking

To move on foot by taking steps/ (n/) - An act of walking/ a stroll or promenade/

  • He enjoys taking a walk in the park every morning to start his day/ 他喜欢每天早上在公园里散步,开始他的一天。
  • The walk from the bus stop to her house is only five minutes/ 从公交车站到她家的步行路程只有五分钟。
  • sneak /sniːk/ (v/) 偷偷地走;潜行;(n/) 鬼鬼祟祟的人;偷偷摸摸的行为

    sneak - sneaked/snuck - sneaked/snuck - sneaking

    To move stealthily or quietly/ especially in order to avoid being noticed/ (n/) - A person who moves in a secretive or furtive manner/ secretive or furtive behavior/

  • The cat tried to sneak up on the bird without being noticed/ 猫试图在不被察觉的情况下悄悄接近鸟儿。
  • The children planned a sneak attack on their friends during the game/ 孩子们在游戏中策划了一次偷袭他们朋友的计划。
  • amble /ˈæmbl/ (v/) 从容不迫地走;漫步;(n/) 慢步;闲逛

    amble - ambled - ambled - ambling

    To walk leisurely or casually/ often without a particular destination in mind/ (n/) - A leisurely walk or stroll/ often taken for pleasure/

  • They ambled along the beach/ enjoying the gentle breeze and the sound of the waves/ 他们漫步在海滩上,享受着微风和海浪声。
  • The old couple took a leisurely amble through the park/ reminiscing about their youth/ 老夫妻在公园里悠闲地散步,回忆着他们的青春。
  • clump /klʌmp/ (v/) 拖着沉重的脚步走;(n/) 一簇;一团

    clump - clumped - clumped - clumping

    To walk heavily or clumsily/ often with a loud or heavy sound/ (n/) - A clustered or grouped mass of something/ a dense collection or bunch/

  • She heard the clump of footsteps coming up the stairs/ 她听到了沉重的脚步声从楼梯上走来。
  • There was a clump of bushes at the edge of the garden where the children liked to play/ 花园边缘有一簇灌木丛,孩子们喜欢在那里玩耍。
  • lurch /lɜːtʃ/ (v/) 摇摆不定;蹒跚;(n/) 摇晃;突然倾斜

    lurch - lurched - lurched - lurching

    To move abruptly or unsteadily/ often with sudden sideways movement/ (n/) - A sudden/ unsteady movement or swaying motion/ an abrupt tilt or lean/

  • The boat lurched suddenly as it hit a large wave/ 船在撞上一***时突然摇晃起来。
  • He caught himself as he stumbled/ recovering from the lurch of the unexpected movement/ 他在绊倒时抓住了自己,从意外的摇晃中恢复过来。
  • lurk /lɜːk/ (v/) 潜行;埋伏;(n/) 潜伏;埋藏

    lurk - lurked - lurked - lurking

    To remain hidden or concealed/ typically with the intention of ambushing or spying on someone/ (n/) - The act of hiding or lying in wait/ often for nefarious purposes/

  • Shadows seemed to lurk in every corner of the haunted house/ 看似每个角落都潜藏着***影。
  • Danger lurks in the depths of the forest for those who venture too far/ 对于那些冒险走得太远的人来说,危险就潜伏在森林的深处。
  • march /mɑːtʃ/ (v/) 迈进;行军;(n/) 行军;***

    march - marched - marched - marching

    To walk with regular and deliberate steps/ often in unison with others/ (n/) - A formal procession of people walking together/ often for a specific purpose or occasion/

  • The soldiers marched in perfect formation/ their boots striking the ground rhythmically/ 士兵们以完美的队形行进,他们的靴子有节奏地踏着地面。
  • Protesters organized a march through the city streets to demand political reform/ ***者***了一场***,穿过城市的街道,要求******。
  • mince /mɪns/ (v/) 忸怩作态地走;碎步走;(n/) 切碎的肉;肉末

    mince - minced - minced - mincing

    To walk with affected delicacy or precision/ often in a dainty or exaggerated manner/ (n/) - Finely chopped or ground meat/ especially used in cooking/

  • She minced along in her high heels/ trying not to trip on the uneven pavement/ 她穿着高跟鞋小碎步地走着,努力不让自己在不平整的人行道上绊倒。
  • The recipe called for minced garlic to add flavor to the dish/ 食谱要求用蒜末为菜肴增添味道。
  • pace /peɪs/ (v/) 踱步;步测;(n/) 步幅;速度

    pace - paced - paced - pacing

    To walk back and forth with measured steps/ often out of nervousness or agitation/ (n/) - The speed or rate at which someone walks/ a single step or stride/

  • He paced back and forth in the waiting room/ anxious for news about his friend/ 他在候诊室里来回踱步,焦急地等待着关于他朋友的消息。
  • The teacher set a brisk pace for the hike/ keeping the group moving steadily along the trail/ 老师为远足设定了快速的步伐,让小组在小道上稳步前行。
  • pad /pæd/ (v/) 放轻脚步走;(n/) 垫;衬垫

    pad - padded - padded - padding

    To walk softly or quietly/ often in order to avoid making noise/ (n/) - A soft cushion or protective covering/ a thin mattress or mat/

  • She padded silently into the kitchen/ hoping not to wake anyone/ 她悄无声息地走进厨房,希望不要吵醒任何人。
  • He placed a pad under the vase to protect the table from scratches/ 他在花瓶下放了一个垫子,以保护桌子免受刮擦。
  • plod /plɒd/ (v/) 沉重缓慢地走;步履艰难地走;(n/) 沉重的步伐;辛勤的工作

    plod - plodded - plodded - plodding

    To walk heavily and laboriously/ often with slow and weary steps/ (n/) - The act of walking slowly and heavily/ tedious or laborious work/

  • The tired hiker continued to plod along the trail/ eager to reach the campsite/ 疲惫的徒步旅行者继续沉重地沿着小道走去,渴望到达露营地。
  • He plodded through his chores/ his mind elsewhere/ lost in thought/ 他在做家务时步履艰难,心思在别处,陷入了沉思之中。
  • prance /prɑːns/ (v/) 昂首阔步地走;神气地走;(n/) 昂首阔步;神气的姿态

    prance - pranced - pranced - prancing

    To walk or move in a lively/ spirited/ or self-satisfied manner/ often with exaggerated movements/ (n/) - A lively or spirited movement/ often characterized by exaggerated actions/

  • The stallion pranced proudly around the paddock/ showing off his strength and grace/ 雄马自豪地在围场里昂首阔步,展示着它的力量和优雅。
  • She couldn t help but prance around in her new dress/ feeling like a princess/ 她忍不住在新裙子里昂首阔步,感觉自己像个公主。
  • prowl /praʊl/ (v/) 四处觅食;徘徊;(n/) 徘徊;潜行

    prowl - prowled - prowled - prowling

    To move stealthily and cautiously/ often with the intention of hunting or searching for prey/ (n/) - The act of moving stealthily and cautiously/ typically with predatory intent/

  • The tiger prowled silently through the jungle/ hunting for prey/ ***在丛林中悄无声息地徘徊,寻找猎物。
  • The burglars prowled around the neighborhood/ looking for houses to break into/ 小偷在附近徘徊,寻找要闯入的房子。
  • ramble /ˈræmbl/ (v/) 漫步;闲逛;(n/) 漫步;闲谈

    ramble - rambled - rambled - rambling

    To walk or wander aimlessly/ often without a specific destination or purpose/ (n/) - A leisurely stroll or walk/ often taken for relaxation or enjoyment/

  • They spent the afternoon rambling through the countryside/ enjoying the scenery/ 他们整个下午都在乡间漫步,享受着风景。
  • His speech tended to ramble/ often veering off topic into unrelated anecdotes/ 他的演讲往往东拉西扯,经常偏离主题,讲些无关的轶事。
  • rush /rʌʃ/ (v/) 快速移动;冲;(n/) 匆忙;急流

    rush - rushed - rushed - rushing

    To move with great haste or urgency/ to hurry or dash/ (n/) - A sudden/ intense movement or flow of people or things/ a surge or influx/

  • She rushed to catch the bus/ hoping she wasn t too late/ 她匆匆赶去赶公交车,希望她没有来得太晚。
  • The rush of water from the broken pipe flooded the basement/ 从破裂的管道中涌出的水急流而下,淹没了地下室。
  • scramble /ˈskræmbl/ (v/) 攀爬;争夺;(n/) 攀爬;混乱

    scramble - scrambled - scrambled - scrambling

    To move or climb quickly and awkwardly/ often using the hands or feet to maintain balance/ (n/) - A disorderly or chaotic struggle or competition/ a jumbled or haphazard arrangement/

  • The climbers scrambled up the rocky cliff/ using ropes and harnesses for safety/ 登山者们攀爬着岩石峭壁,使用绳索和安全带确保安全。
  • There was a scramble for the last piece of cake at the party/ 派对上最后一块蛋糕引发了一阵争抢。
  • stagger /ˈstæɡər/ (v/) 摇摇晃晃地行走;蹒跚;(n/) 摇晃;蹒跚

    stagger - staggered - staggered - staggering

    To walk or move unsteadily/ often as a result of weakness/ dizziness/ or intoxication/ (n/) - An unsteady or swaying movement/ a tottering or stumbling gait/

  • He staggered home after a long night of celebrating/ unable to walk in a straight line/ 他在庆祝了一个漫长的夜晚后摇摇晃晃地回到家,无法走直线。
  • The unexpected news hit her like a blow/ causing her to stagger backward/ 意外的消息像一记重击打在她身上,让她蹒跚后退。
  • stomp /stɒmp/ (v/) 噔噔地走或跳舞;(n/) 噔噔的脚步声;跳舞

    stomp - stomped - stomped - stomping

    To walk with heavy/ forceful steps/ often making a loud noise/ (n/) - The act of walking heavily or forcefully/ often accompanied by a loud sound/

  • He stomped angrily out of the room/ slamming the door behind him/ 他怒气冲冲地从房间里噔噔地走出去,砰地关上了门。
  • The dancers stomped their feet in time with the music/ creating a powerful rhythm/ 舞者们随着音乐的节奏用力***着脚步,创造出强有力的节奏。
  • stroll /strəʊl/ (v/) 漫步;闲逛;(n/) 漫步;散步

    stroll - strolled - strolled - strolling

    To walk leisurely and without haste/ often in a relaxed or unhurried manner/ (n/) - A leisurely walk or ramble/ often taken for pleasure or relaxation/

  • They took a leisurely stroll through the park/ enjoying the sunshine and fresh air/ 他们在公园里悠闲地散步,享受着阳光和清新的空气。
  • After dinner/ they went for a stroll along the beach/ watching the sunset/ 晚饭后,他们沿着海滩散步,观看日落。
  • tiptoe /ˈtɪptəʊ/ (v/) 踮着脚走路;(n/) 脚尖;踮着脚

    tiptoe - tiptoed - tiptoed - tiptoeing

    To walk quietly and cautiously on the balls of the feet/ often in order to avoid being heard or noticed/ (n/) - The forward part of the foot/ corresponding to the tips of the toes/ the act of walking quietly or stealthily/

  • She tiptoed into the room/ trying not to wake the sleeping baby/ 她踮着脚走进房间,试图不要吵醒正在睡觉的宝宝。
  • He stood on his tiptoes to reach the top shelf of the cupboard/ 他踮起脚尖,去够橱柜顶部的架子。
  • trudge /trʌdʒ/ (v/) 缓慢而吃力地走;步履艰难地走;(n/) 艰难的行走;长途跋涉

    trudge - trudged - trudged - trudging

    To walk slowly and laboriously/ often with heavy steps and a weary gait/ (n/) - A slow/ laborious walk/ often characterized by tiredness or difficulty/

  • The hikers trudged through the snow/ each step becoming more difficult than the last/ 徒步旅行者们艰难地穿越雪地,每一步都比上一步更加困难。
  • After a long day at work/ he trudged wearily home/ eager for rest/ 工作了一整天后,他疲惫地走回家,渴望休息。
  • trot /trɒt/ (v/) 小跑;快步走;(n/) 小跑;快步

    trot - trotted - trotted - trotting

    To run at a moderate/ steady pace/ (n/) - A quick/ light run or jog/ a steady gait faster than a walk but slower than a gallop/

  • The horse trotted along the trail/ its hooves kicking up dust/ 马在小径上小跑着,马蹄踢起了尘土。
  • She broke into a trot to catch up with her friends who were walking ahead/ 她加快步伐小跑着赶上前行的朋友。
  • creep /kriːp/ (v/) 爬行,匍匐;蹑手蹑脚地移动

    creep - crept - crept - creeping

    To move slowly and stealthily/ often with a low posture close to the ground/ to advance cautiously and quietly/ (n/) - The act of moving quietly and furtively/ often in a manner intended to avoid detection or attention/

  • The cat crept silently towards the mouse/ ready to pounce/ 猫悄无声息地向老鼠爬去,准备扑击。
  • The burglar crept through the darkened house/ avoiding any creaky floorboards/ 小偷蹑手蹑脚地穿过黑暗的房子,避开了任何发出吱吱声的地板。
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