Definition of 'walking stick'
Example sentences containing 'walking stick'
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He hunched forward again over his walking stick, trying to control his fury. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (1991)A civilian, with briefcase and walking stick, took off his hat. THE OPEN DOOR (1991)
Translations for 'walking stick'
British English: walking stick /ˈwɔːkɪŋ stɪk/ NOUN
A walking stick is a long wooden stick which a person can lean on while walking.
- American English: cane
- Arabic: عَصَا الـمَشْي
- Brazilian Portuguese: bengala
- Chinese: 手杖
- Croatian: štap za hodanje
- Czech: vycházková hůl
- Danish: spadserestok
- Dutch: wandelstok
- European Spanish: cayado
- Finnish: kävelykeppi
- French: canne
- German: Spazierstock
- Greek: μπαστούνι για περπάτημα
- Italian: bastone da passeggio
- Japanese: ステッキ
- Korean: 지팡이
- Norwegian: spaserstokk
- Polish: laska
- European Portuguese: bengala
- Romanian: baston
- Russian: трость
- Spanish: bastón
- Swedish: promenadkäpp
- Thai: ไม้เท้า
- Turkish: baston
- Ukrainian: ціпок
- Vietnamese: gậy chống
Definition of walking stick from the Collins English Dictionary
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