[intransitive, transitive] to move or go somewhere by putting one foot in front of the other on the ground, but without running The baby is just learning to walk. ‘How did you get here?’ ‘I walked.’ + adv./prep. He walked slowly away from her. The door opened and Jo walked in. She missed the bus and had to walk home. The school is within easy walking distance of the train station. walk something Children here walk several miles to school.