HyperDic: andar

Español > 10 sentidos de la palabra andar:
NOMBREactandar, andadura, caminar, paseothe act of traveling by foot
attributeandar, andaresmanner of walking
VERBOmotionandar, caminar, ir, pasearuse one's feet to advance
motionandar, caminartraverse or cover by walking
motionandar, caminar, ir a pie, recorrertravel on foot, especially on a walking expedition
motionandarshift or move by taking a step
motionandar, caminarwalk at a pace
stativeandar, arreglárselas, desenvolverse, ir, salir, viajarproceed or get along
socialandarbe or act in association with
socialandarlive or behave in a specified manner
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > nombre 1, act
SentidoThe act of traveling by foot.
Sinónimosandadura, caminar, paseo
Partespaso, tranco, zancadaA step in walking or running
Específicoambulación, desplazamientowalking about
marchaThe act of marching
merodeoThe act of prowling (walking about in a stealthy manner)
noctambulismo, somnambulismo, sonambulismowalking by a person who is asleep
Generallocomoción, viajeself-propelled movement
Ingléswalk, walking
Cataláncaminada, caminar, excursionisme
Verbosandar, caminar, ir, pasearUse one's feet to advance
andar, caminartraverse or cover by walking
caminar, tomar el aireTake a walk
caminar, sacar a caminarmake walk
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > nombre 2, attribute
Sentidomanner of walking.
Sinónimoandares
Generalportecharacteristic way of bearing one's body
Ingléswalk, manner of walking
Verbosandar, caminar, ir, pasearUse one's feet to advance
andar, caminartraverse or cover by walking
caminar, tomar el aireTake a walk
caminar, sacar a caminarmake walk
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 1, motion
SentidoUse one's feet to advance; advance by steps.
Sinónimoscaminar, ir, pasear
Implicaandarshift or move by taking a step
Específicoanadear, avanzar a pasitos, bambolearse, chapotear, contonearse, tambalearsewalk unsteadily
andar a pie, ir a piewalk
andar desgarbadamentewalk slovenly
andar pesadamente, hollarwalk clumsily
andar sin prisa, deambular, pasearse, pasearwalk leisurely
aplastar, pisarwalk on and flatten
arrastrar los pieswalk by dragging one's feet
caminar, ir de puntillaswalk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
caminar con afectaciónwalk daintily
caminar de puntillas, escabullirseTo go stealthily or furtively
caminar de puntillaswalk on one's toes
caminar desgarbadamentewalk clumsily and with a bounce
cojear, renguear, renquearwalk impeded by some physical limitation or injury
contonearse, pavonearseTo walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others
dar largas caminatas, ir de excursiónwalk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise
deambularwalk with no particular goal
deambular, pasearse, pasearwalk leisurely and with no apparent aim
desfilar, ir en procesión, marcharmarch in a procession
escabullirsewalk stealthily
forcejearwalk with great difficulty
marchar, trancarwalk fast, with regular or measured steps
merodear, rondarMove about in or as if in a predatory manner
merodear, rondarMove stealthily
pasear, salir a caminarTake a leisurely walk
patearse, recorrerse, vagarwalk or tramp about
pernearwalk emphatically
pisoteartread or stomp heavily or roughly
pisotearwalk heavily
tambalearse, titubear, vacilarwalk as if unable to control one's movements
titubear, trastabillar, tropezarwalk unsteadily
vadearwalk (through relatively shallow water)
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Tambiéndeambularwalk with no particular goal
Contrarioir, montarBe carried or travel on or in a vehicle
Similarandar, caminartraverse or cover by walking
andar, caminarwalk at a pace
caminar, tomar el aireTake a walk
caminar, sacar a caminarmake walk
caminar, pasearAccompany or escort
Ingléswalk
Cataláncaminar
Nombresandadura, andar, caminar, paseoThe act of traveling by foot
andares, andarmanner of walking
caminante, peatón, viandanteA person who travels by foot
camino, pasarela, paseoA path set aside for walking
paseoThe act of walking somewhere
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 2, motion
Sentidotraverse or cover by walking.
Sinónimocaminar
Generalatravesar, cruzarTravel across or pass over
Similarandar, caminar, ir, pasearUse one's feet to advance
Ingléswalk
Cataláncaminar
Nombresandador, tacataca, tacatáAn enclosing framework on casters or wheels
andadura, andar, caminar, paseoThe act of traveling by foot
andares, andarmanner of walking
caminante, peatón, viandanteA person who travels by foot
camino, pasarela, paseoA path set aside for walking
paseoThe act of walking somewhere
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 3, motion
SentidoTravel on foot, especially on a walking expedition.
Sinónimoscaminar, ir a pie, recorrer
Categoríaatletismo, deporte, deportesAn active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Generaldar largas caminatas, ir de excursiónwalk a long way, as for pleasure or physical exercise
Ingléstramp
Catalánanar a peu, caminar
Nombrescaminante, excursionistaA foot traveler
caminata, excursión, paseo, senderismoA long / long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 4, motion
Sentidoshift or move by taking a step.
Implicado porandar, caminar, ir, pasearUse one's feet to advance
bailar, danzarMove in a graceful and rhythmical way
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Inglésstep
NombrespasoThe act of changing location by raising the foot and setting it down
paso, pisadaThe sound of a step of someone walking
pasoThe distance covered by a step
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 5, motion
Sentidowalk at a pace.
Sinónimocaminar
Similarandar, caminar, ir, pasearUse one's feet to advance
Ingléswalk
Cataláncaminar
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 6, stative
Sentidoproceed or get along.
Sinónimosarreglárselas, desenvolverse, ir, salir, viajar
Generalir, procederFollow a certain course
Inglésdo, fare, make out, come, get along
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 7, social
SentidoBe or act in association with.
GeneralasociarseBring or come into association or action
Ingléswalk
Español > andar: 10 sentidos > verbo 8, social
SentidoLive or behave in a specified manner.
Generalcomportarse, comportar, conducir, portarBehave well or properly
Ingléswalk

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