Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом walk

Фразеологизмы со словом walk

all walks of life
All socioeconomic groups; all professions and lines of work.
A good teacher has to be able to communicate with students from all walks of life.
A clever politician doesn't alienate people from any walk of life.
A section manager in a department store.
To exchange this pair of shoes, you must first get the floorwalker's approval.
take a walk
take a stroll
take a hike
To go for a walk, stroll, hike, etc.
A stroll involves slow, easy walking; a hike involves serious, strenuous walking.
Last evening we took a walk around the park.
It's a fine day. Would you like to take a stroll along Mason Boulevard?
Let's take a hike up Cowles Mountain this afternoon.
walk a tightrope
To be in a dangerous or awkward situation where one cannot afford to make a single mistake.
"When we landed on the moon in 1969," Armstrong explained, "we were walking a tightrope till the very end."
walk away with
walk off with
To take and go away with; take away; often: steal.
When Father went to work, he accidentally walked off with Mother's umbrella.
How can a thief walk off with a safe in broad daylight?
To take, get, or win easily.
Jim walked away with all the honors on Class Night.
Our team walked off with the championship.
walk down the aisle together
День брачная церемония; день, когда двое молодых людей "вместе прошли церковный неф", т.е. стали мужем и женой.
I remember the day, when we walked down the aisle with your mother.
Я помню тот день, кода мы поженились с твоей матерью.
walk of life
Way of living; manner in which people live.
Many rich people have yachts; people in their walk of life can afford them.
The banker did not want his son to marry a girl in a different walk of life.
People from every walk of life enjoy television.
walk on air
To feel happy and excited.
Sue has been walking on air since she won the prize.
His father's compliment left Jed walking on air.