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Spanish language Andar - To Go, To Walk - Spanish Expressions
Andar literally means "to go" or "to walk" and is used in a number of common expressions.
andar to go
  to be
  (Central Am.) to carry
  (distance) to cover
  to move
  (time) to pass
  (mechanical) to run, work
  to travel
  (Central Am.) to use
  to walk
  (Central Am.) to wear
andar de boca en boca to be general knowledge
andar en los 40, 50 to be about 40, 50
andar en to tamper with
  to be involved in
¡Anda! How about that!
  Come on!
  Get on with it!
¡Anda, anda! Don't be silly!
¡Andando! And that's it!
¡Ándale (pues)! (Mexico) See ya!
  Hurry up!
anda que te anda never ending
andar + present participle present progressive
andarse to go away
andarse con to use, make use of
andarse en to indulge in
andarse por las ramas to beat around the bush
todo se andaré all in good time
el andar walk
a largo andar in the end / long run
a más andar at full speed
a mejor andar at best
a peor andar at worst
a todo andar at full speed
estar a un andar to be on the same level

Andar is a mostly regular -AR verb, with an irregular preterite and imperfect subjunctive.

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