English version

gait

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgaitgait /ɡeɪt/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 WALKthe way someone walks 🔊 a slow shuffling gait
Examples from the Corpus
gaitMelanie walked with the slightly awkward gait of a very tall person.He was round and fat, he had an energetic gait, a bright, lively face, and laughing eyes.It had a strange flowing gait as if it went through air, yet its weight kept us anchored to the ground.His gait is slow and he tires easily.The old man approached the counter with a stooped, shuffling gait.The base is broadened and the patient tends to walk with an unsteady foot-slapping gait.In this gait, he conveys the impression of strength, endurance and determination.
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