Идиомы на букву W
walk a tightrope
рисковать, "ходить по канату"In a job like his a man is walking a tight rope all the time, and he'd better be quick on his feet if he doesn't want to fall down.
walk all over (an opponent)
одержать лёгкую победуOur basketball team walked all over the other team at the spring competition.
walk all over (someone)
использовать кого-либо в своих корыстных целях или интересахJill is so friendly and helpful that people walk all over her.
walk down the aisle together
пожениться, пойти к алтарюLester Fisher and Margaret McBright walked down the aisle together on January 15.
walk of life
общественное положение, род занятийPeople from every walk of life enjoy watching movies.
walk on air
чувствовать себя очень счастливым или взволнованнымMary has been walking on air since she won in the state lottery.
walk on eggs
быть очень осторожнымI must walk on eggs if I want to comply with the requirements of my job.
забастоватьThe workers who walked out on strike on Monday were fired on Tuesday.
walk out of (something)
внезапно уйти, покинуть что-либоJohn didn't say he wasn't coming back; he just walked out of the room
walk out on
бросать, уходить от кого-либоThe man walked out on his wife and children.
walk the floor
шагать взад и в перёдIn his office my boss walked the floor, trying to reach a decision.
walk the plank
быть вынужденным уйти с работыDavid was forced to walk the plank when the new owner bought the business.