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merael, v.t.go; walk; travel (particular distance); leave; (water) flow/move (in pipe); (blood) flow out.
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v.i.redup.walk aimlessly; stroll.
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reallv.a.s.(particular distance) is to be walked, traveled or covered.
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rraelv.r.s.(particular distance) walked/traveled/covered.
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sekeraelv.s.travel a lot; go from place to place; can't settle down.
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merael a rengulexpr.indecisive.
merael el moexpr.becoming; on the way towards (being).
See also: , , ,
Synonyms: , , , , , , , ,
Examples:
> Why are you walking so slowly?
> I'll be here for just a short while and then go.
> When are you leaving?
> When your heart wants to come close to my heart, it's like a person who wants to travel to the rocks in the reef.
> I can't go.
Proverbs:
> It's as if we were walking on the blade of a knife.
i.e., we're treading on dangerous ground; if we make one wrong move, we're finished.
> Like a ray-fish, eating while walking.
The ray-fish does not stop swimming while chewing food it has gathered while weaving along the ocean floor. The saying may be applied to any rude behavior or particularly to the act of walking and eating, which is considered impolite. It can also be applied to a person who is trying to hurry through a job without giving it careful attention.
More Examples:
> I like to walk its just that the sun is scorching.
> My baby is teething and drooling so much that my shirt is now wet from the drool.
> When are you leaving to Palau?
> at 8:00 a.m. I leave for school.
> Her father picked his daughter onto his shoulder as her foot was hurting and they walked home.

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