2. Aller. Marcher ŕ pied.
3. Fonctionner. Un appareil qui marche.
4. Prospérer. Une entreprise qui marche.
5. (Familier) Ętre crédule. On lui a raconté un bobard et il a marché.
To work or operate properly; SYN. work, operate, go, run.
1. To start running, functioning, or operating, as of lights or power; SYN. come up, come on.
2. When an electrical device or system goes on, it begins to operate.
3. When something goes on, it happens. "What's going on?" is a common informal greeting.
4. When people go on, they continue doing something. Sometimes, on is repeated for emphasis.
5. When an event or activity goes on, it continues.
6. When you go on information, you are able to continue an investigation or other project because you have this information.
7. When you go on a diet, you start a plan to lose weight.
8. you say "Go on"to people, you are encouraging them to do something.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: trod, trodden).
1. To step or stomp heavily or roughly; SYN. trample.
2. To apply (the tread) to a tire.
3. To brace (an archer's bow) by pressing the foot against the center.
4. To crush as if by treading on, as of grapes.
5. To mate with, of male birds.
1. To use one's feet to advance; advance by steps.
2. To traverse by walking.
3. To take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure.
4. To take a person or an animal for a walk.
5. To behave in a specified manner.
6. (Baseball) To obtain a base on balls.
7. (Baseball) To allow a player to move to base by pitching balls to him.
8. To be or act in association with.
1. To be employed; SYN. do work.
2. To cause to work; SYN. put to work.
3. To exert oneself by doing mental or physical work.
4. To ferment; SYN. operate.
5. To have a desired effect; do the trick; SYN. act.
6. To move in an agitated manner
7. To operate in a certain place, area, or specialty
8. To shape, form, or improve something:; SYN. work on, process.
9. To work one's way through a problem or task