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歩く あるく
Word or expression in common usage
Godan verb with `ku' ending
intransitive verb
  • to walk


  • bend one's steps
  • boot it
  • hoof it〈俗〉
  • step it
  • walk along 【自動】ankle〈話〉
  • foot
  • heel
  • travel
  • tread
  • walk 【他動】foot
  • tread



  • Japanese ほらっ、キリキリ歩くっ!
    English Come on, get walking!
  • Japanese この暑さに10マイルもてくてく歩くのはたまらない。
    English I can't bear to tramp ten miles in this heat.
  • Japanese 約1時間歩くと私たちは湖の所に来た。
    English About an hour's walk brought us to the lake.
  • Japanese 夜道を1人で歩くのは危険だと思います。
    English I think it dangerous walking alone at night.
  • Japanese 夜にこの辺を歩くのは心配だ。
    English I don't feel safe walking in that neighborhood at night.
  • Japanese 夜このあたりを歩くのは大きな危険がともなう。
    English There is a lot of danger in walking around here at night.
  • Japanese 僕は歩くのに疲れたよ。
    English I am tired from walking.
  • Japanese 歩く事は健康によい運動だ。
    English To walk is a healthy form of exercise.
  • Japanese 歩くよりも車に乗るほうがよい。
    English I prefer riding to walking.
  • Japanese 歩くのは健康に良いことだ。
    English To walk is a healthy form of exercise.
  • Japanese 歩くことはよい運動です。
    English Walking is a good exercise.
  • Japanese 歩くと遠いですか。
    English Is it too far to walk?
  • Japanese 武器を持ち歩くのは法律違反である。
    English It's against the law to carry weapons.
  • Japanese 彼女は夜にひとりで出歩くべきではない。
    English She shouldn't go out by herself at night.
  • Japanese 彼女は歩く
  • Japanese 彼女は疲れていたけれども、歩くことに決めた。
    English She was tired but decided on walking.
  • Japanese 彼女は機嫌が悪いというのも、いつも地下鉄に乗り遅れ仕事場まで歩く羽目になったからだ。
    English She is in a temper, because she missed her usual train in the subway and had to walk to work.
  • Japanese 彼女はいわば歩くスピーカーだ。
    English She is, as it were, a walking speaker.
  • Japanese 彼女はいつも軽い足どりで歩く
    English She always walks with a light step.
  • Japanese 彼は歩くのが速い。
    English He's a quick walker.