walk across

walk across something

to move across something on foot. We walked across the bridge carefully. Jerry walked across the field and examined the fence on the other side.
See also: across, walk
References in classic literature ?
If the children had been looking at Grandfather, they would have noticed that he paused in his walk across the room when Clara made this remark.
If the Tin Woodman can chop it down, so that it will fall to the other side, we can walk across it easily.
Miss Polly came out of it with the feeling of limp relaxation that one might have at finding oneself at last on solid earth after a perilous walk across the very thin crust of a volcano.
It can be reached by paddling up the Thame, if you have a small boat; but the best way is to leave the river at Day's Lock, and take a walk across the fields.
There is a saying that if a stranger will pass over the drawbridge and walk across the court to the castle front without saying anything, he can made a wish and it will be fulfilled.
They said the dog used to appear at one end of the bridge and walk across it with people and vanish when he got to the other end.
He couldn't walk across the floor without stumblin'.
He was gone--and Jane turned to walk across the clearing to the cabin.
And it made Martin feel sheepish--the way he had felt that afternoon, decades ago, as he sat in the bakery eating a chocolate ice-cream soda and watching her walk across the Square.
He started to walk across the Common; and on the first bench, under a tree, he saw her sitting.
After the walk across the open park, it was pleasant to saunter lazily through the cool glades.
DURING the 1963 Big Freeze the sea froze over up to a mile out, you could walk across the Thames on the ice and much of England lay under feet of snow for two months.
Dnevnik wonders whether this means that he entered Greece from another border crossing and also wonders why a man who owns a car of 80,000 euros would walk across the border.
We know that a lot of people leave their cars in Mamzar and walk across to Dubai.
A GROUP of actresses dressed as the Charles Dickens character Miss Havisham hauntingly walk across Westminster Bridge.