walk\ along

walk\ along
1. I
I stood by the bridge as he came walking along я стоял у моста, когда он подошел
2. II
walk along in some manner he walked along quickly он шел быстро
3. XVI
walk along with smth. he walked along with dragging feet он шел, волоча ноги

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