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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)
to leak (information, secrets etc) / to smuggle and evade tax / to suffer shrinkage (partial loss of goods due to theft etc)
corridor / aisle / hallway / passageway / veranda
direction / strike (i.e. angle of inclination in geology) / inclination / trend / to move towards / to head for
pavement / sidewalk / path / walk / footpath / aisle
to be popular / to be in luck / to have good luck / to develop smoothly
to visit / to travel to
to leak / to flow / to catch on fire
tendency / trend / path
to approach / to draw near to
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)
(coll.) to leave / to beat it
absent-minded / one's mind is wandering
to take an indirect route / to waste one's time by using an inappropriate method
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 socialize / to pay a visit (go to the toilet)
lantern with a carousel of paper horses rotating under convection, used at Lantern Festival 元宵節|元宵节 / (fig.) revolving door; musical chairs (metaphor for people being shuffled around into different jobs)
to leave / to walk away / to beat it / to move aside
to visit relatives
to go off accidentally / to catch fire
to travel around the country (as itinerant peddler or entertainer)
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
a mistake / an oversight / an error of judgment
to turn back / to backtrack / (fig.) to revert to the former way of doing things
to be at an impasse (idiom) / in a tight spot / at the end of one's rope / desperate
to walk / to step / pace / traveling (walking with the ball, a foul in basketball)
to attend school as a day student
out of tune / off-key
(of a watch or clock) to keep time / (physics) propagation time / travel time (of a wave)
to be obsessed with sth; to go overboard / (Buddhism, Taoism) to misguidedly focus on hallucinations that arise during meditation
to walk / to go on foot
amateur performance (in theater)
to lose shape / to deform
to have good luck / lucky / in luck
lit. to enter by the back door / fig. to gain influence by pull or unofficial channels / back door or under the counter connections
to walk a tightrope (literally or figuratively)
to leak (a secret) / to transpire
(of itinerant entertainers) to tour, playing in many venues
wait and see (who is right)
capitalist roader (person in power taking the capitalist road, a political label often pinned on cadres by the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution)
to lose flavor
(four-footed) animal / beast
lit. flower viewing from horseback (idiom); fig. superficial understanding from cursory observation / to make a quick judgment based on inadequate information
to travel extensively
pawn (i.e. foot soldier) / servant / lackey (of malefactor)
absent-minded / one's mind is wandering
to go through the motions
(idiom) to take office; to assume a post
to take risks / to run risks
to smuggle / to have an illicit affair
not closing properly (of door, window etc)
to divulge secrets
tightrope walking
to wander off / to stray / to get lost
hunting dog / hound / (fig.) running dog / lackey
to go through the formalities
smuggled goods
to enter
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
a move (in chess)
tightrope walking
insider contacts / via private channels / to seek influence with sb via family members (possibly dishonest or underhand)
to walk around the stage (to indicate scene changes)
to walk over (to)
out of shape / to lose shape / to deform
to get off the main topic / to digress
(neologism c. 2012) (interjection of encouragement) Let’s do this! / Come on, you can do this!
Ratitae (formerly Cursores) flightless birds such as ostriches
to run away / to escape / to avoid
to use social connections / to toady to influential people
(of a wife) to visit one's parental home
a slip of the tongue / to blurt out (a secret or stupid mistake)
erhua variant of 走味
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 expose oneself / to be completely gone
to ride (a horse) / to go on horseback
to walk past / to pass by
to leave (a room etc) / to go out through (a door etc)
(music) off-key; out of tune
to go down / to decline
to lose color / to fade
a fashion show / to walk the runway (in a fashion show)
to go downhill / to decline / to slump
to wander off / to get lost
to make a round trip / a return journey
(a product) sells well / to be in demand
to deviate from the correct course / (fig.) to go astray
to write with the tip of the brush tilted / (fig.) to resort to devious means
to walk into
strike fault (geology)
strike-slip fault (geology) / fault line where the two sides slide horizontally past one another
live betting / in-play wagering
free-range chicken
to experience good luck
to miss an opportunity (Cantonese)
landslide / avalanche / to take a walk in the mountains
out of shape / to lose shape / to deform
to leave

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