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  *走* | 走* | *走
to walk / to go / to run / to move (of vehicle) / to visit / to leave / to go away / to die (euph.) / from / through / away (in compound verbs, such as 撤走) / to change (shape, form, meaning)
corridor / aisle / hallway / passageway / veranda
to leak (of information, liquid etc) / to divulge
tendency / trend / path
to enter
to walk past / to pass by
to visit / to travel to
direction / strike (i.e. angle of inclination in geology) / inclination / trend / to move towards / to head for
to approach / to draw near to
to be popular / to be in luck / to have good luck / to develop smoothly
to take an indirect route / to waste one's time by using an inappropriate method
to go the wrong way / to take the wrong (road, exit etc)
to walk into
to walk around / to move about / to stretch one's legs / to go for a walk / to be mobile (e.g. after an illness) / to visit one another / to pay a visit (go to the toilet)
to leave / to walk away / to beat it / to move aside
(coll.) to leave / to beat it
to smuggle / to have an illicit affair
to walk / to go on foot
(neologism c. 2012) (interjection of encouragement) Let’s do this! / Come on, you can do this!
to ride (a horse) / to go on horseback
lost / missing / to lose (sb in one's charge) / to get lost / to wander away / to lose (flavor, freshness, shape, hair, one's good looks etc) / to lose meaning (in translation)
to wander off / to get lost
(of a watch or clock) to keep time / (physics) propagation time / travel time (of a wave)
to attend school as a day student
to go off accidentally / to catch fire
pavement / sidewalk / path / walk / footpath / aisle
absent-minded / one's mind is wandering
to be at an impasse (idiom) / in a tight spot / at the end of one's rope / desperate
to be obsessed with sth / to go overboard / (Buddhism, Taoism) to misguidedly focus on hallucinations that arise during meditation
wait and see (who is right)
lit. flower viewing from horseback (idiom); a fleeting glance in passing / fig. superficial understanding from cursory observation / to make a quick judgment based on inadequate information
to turn back / to backtrack / (fig.) to revert to the former way of doing things
to have good luck / lucky / in luck
hunting dog / hound / (fig.) running dog / lackey
to lose shape / to deform
to go downhill / to decline / to slump
lantern with carousel of paper horses, rotating under convection, used at Lantern Festival 元宵節|元宵节 / fig. constant busy circulation of people
to go through the motions
(a product) sells well / to be in demand
to take care / to be mindful / (Internet slang) to be moved by sth / poignant / to have deep feelings for sb / to lose one's heart to sb
to walk a tightrope (literally or figuratively)
to wander off / to stray / to get lost
(med) retractile testicle / infatuation inducing / pee inducing (of alcohol) / (neologism) to be sexually attracted / to have the hots for sb
(four-footed) animal / beast
a mistake / an oversight / an error of judgment
to walk / to step / pace / traveling (walking with the ball, a foul in basketball)
lit. to enter by the back door / fig. to gain influence by pull or unofficial channels / back door or under the counter connections
to visit one's friends and relatives
to visit relatives
to leave
to travel extensively
to walk over (to)
to ride to take up an official appointment (idiom); to take on a job with alacrity / to undertake a task
(of itinerant entertainers) to tour, playing in many venues
out of shape / to lose shape / to deform
to leak / to flow / to catch on fire
to travel around the country (as itinerant peddler or entertainer)
to experience good luck
(of a wife) to visit one's parental home
If everything else fails, retreat. (idiom) / see also 三十六計走為上策|三十六计走为上策
to have luck with the ladies (idiom)
tightrope walking
out of tune / off-key
to have bad luck
free-range chicken
(proverb) to follow local customs / When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
to take risks / to run risks
walkthrough (computing)
erhua variant of 走味
tightrope walking
to divulge secrets
to be off the beat / to sound awful (of singing) / (fig.) to wander off the topic / (diving) to step toward the end of the board / approach
capitalist roader (person in power taking the capitalist road, a political label often pinned on cadres by the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution)
live betting / in-play wagering
to lose shape / to deform
erhua variant of 走背字
lit. flower viewing from horseback (idiom); fig. superficial understanding from cursory observation / to make a quick judgment based on inadequate information
smuggled goods
to use social connections / to toady to influential people
absent-minded / one's mind is wandering
to leak (a secret) / to transpire
a slip of the tongue / to blurt out (a secret or stupid mistake)
off-key / out of tune (music)
insider contacts / via private channels / to seek influence with sb via family members (possibly dishonest or underhand)
unlicensed street vendor
to lose flavor
to go through the formalities
to lose color / to fade
to get off the main topic / to digress
smuggled product / contraband / pirate product
to expose oneself / to be completely gone
to walk around the stage (to indicate scene changes)
to go to the brothel on horseback (idiom); to visit prostitutes
to leave (a room etc) / to go out through (a door etc)
pawn (i.e. foot soldier) / servant / lackey (of malefactor)
to miss an opportunity (Cantonese)
to make a round trip / a return journey
a move (in chess)
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