walk\ about


walk\ about
1. II
walk about somewhere want about here and there прогуливаться, прохаживаться
2. XIII
walk about to do smth. walk about to keep warm двигаться /не стоять на месте/, чтобы не замерзнуть

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Walk the Line — Infobox Film name = Walk the Line producer = James Keach Cathy Konrad director = James Mangold writer = Gill Dennis James Mangold starring = Joaquin Phoenix nowrap|Reese Witherspoon Ginnifer Goodwin Robert Patrick music = T Bone Burnett… …   Wikipedia

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  • walk — I. verb Etymology: partly from Middle English walken (past welk, past participle walken), from Old English wealcan to roll, toss, journey about (past weolc, past participle wealcen) and partly from Middle English walkien (past walked, past… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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