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‘Walk’ is a verb meaning to travel using your legs, usually at a slow pace.

‘I love to walk on the beach in the early mornings.’

‘Walk’ as a noun refers to the activity.

‘The young couple loves taking evening walks on the weekends.’

‘Walk the walk’ means to do what you have promised. Someone who ‘talks the talk’ says all the right things, but if you ‘walk the walk’ you live up to your words.

‘If you want everyone to believe your promises you need to walk the walk.’

To ‘walk on eggshells’ means to be cautious around a person or topic in order to avoid upsetting or offending them.

‘We are so nervous about his bad temper that we are walking on eggshells.’

‘Ever since I upset my friend I am walking on eggshells every time we talk.’

To ‘walk off with’ means to take something that doesn’t belong to you.

‘I can’t believe she just walked off with my stapler.’
‘He is so absent minded he walked off with my phone.’

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