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    Cool "He rolled as much as he walked back to the tent"

    Hi, here's the sentence:
    After he managed to make his way out of the crevasse, All said he rolled as much as he walked back to the tent.
    Does the latter part of this sentence mean "(Due to the injury got from the fall,) All could only sometimes walk and sometimes roll to go back to his tent?"
    Thank you.

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    Re: "He rolled as much as he walked back to the tent"

    Yes, that's what it means.

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