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Walk-in   /wɔk-ɪn/   Listen
Walk-in

noun
1.
Person who walks in without having an appointment.
2.
An operative who initiates his own defection (usually to a hostile country) for political asylum.
3.
An assured victory (especially in an election).  Synonym: waltz.
4.
A small room large enough to admit entrance.






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