Walker in spanish


pronunciation: kɑminɑnte part of speech: noun
In gestures

walker1 = caminante, excursionista. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que acaban con esta terminación]

Example: Africa has lions, Alaska has grizzlies, Nepal has yeti. Britain has the worst of the lot - midgies! They make life hell for campers, walkers and hill-goers alike.


» floor walker = supervisor.

Example: Frank Hatt championed the idea of libraries being closely concerned with what the user reads, advocating such things as floor walkers and records of books read.

» jaywalker = persona que cruza la carretera por un sitio no autorizado. 

Example: At any rate, jaywalking is a relatively minor annoyance (and a risk that falls mainly on the jaywalkers themselves), and it should not consume law enforcement resources.

» streetwalker = mujer de la vida, mujer de la calle, prostituta callejera, golfa.

Example: She ain't some streetwalker who gets schlonged by just anybody.

» tightrope walker = equilibrista.

Example: The article 'Information specialists in the future academic library: flexible tightrope walkers' outlines some possible future roles for specialist academic library and information science professionals.

walker2 = andador. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que acaban con esta terminación]

Example: With the growing awareness of physical barriers to access, one hopes for a commitment to eliminate unnecessary steps and areas too cramped for walkers and wheelchairs.


» baby walker = tacatá, tacataca, andador.

Example: Some physiotherapists argue that baby walkers delay independent walking, and encourage abnormal gait and posture, and urge toy libraries to exclude them from their provision.

Walker synonyms

pedestrian in spanish: , pronunciation: pədestriən part of speech: adjective, noun footer in spanish: , pronunciation: fʊtɜr part of speech: noun go-cart in spanish: , pronunciation: goʊkɑrt part of speech: noun baby-walker in spanish: , pronunciation: beɪbiwɔkɜr part of speech: noun
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