walkies

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walkies

(ˈwɔːkɪz)
n
the act of taking a dog for a walk
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Translations

walkies

[ˈwɔːkɪz] NSINGpaseo m
to go walkiesdar un paseo
to take the dog walkiesllevar al perro de paseo
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walkies

plGassi nt; to go walkies (Brit inf) → Gassi gehen (inf)
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In the past I have bought six sturdy colourful bags, all of which have gone walkies now the blue bin has disappeared.
A BRIDE and groom have gone walkies down the aisle - with their dogs as best man and chief bridesmaid.
Even the online characters that have been lovingly crafted before even entering the game have gone walkies in a number of instances.
EMMERDALE, ITV1, 7pm VANESSA is forced to cover for Rhona, tonight when a furious Paddy notices that some Valium has gone walkies from the vets' drugs cupboard.