安步當車 ān bù dàng chē
Therefore, there was no room for relaxing and learning step by step.
Slow and steady wins the race .
The station is not far from here, let’s foot it , OK?
Walking back from work everyday is a pleasure as well as an exercise.
And she hurried again into the road, and again constrained herself to walk regularly and composedly forward.
Every afternoon Lao Wang would take a leisurely walk to enjoy the happiness of a retired life.
if over fifty years, the best houses near the famous hospital, a Toutengnaore to walk rather than ride, from the luxury taxi.
The idiom “an bu dang che” originally means to walk leisurely instead of riding a carriage. It is also used to mean to prefer hardships to comfort and ease.
He saved his carfares and went without lunch until he had enough money to buy an encyclopedia of American biography – and then he did an unheard-of thing.