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1walk–in

adjective \ˈwk-ˌin\

: large enough to be walked into

of a place : able to be visited without an appointment

of a person : visiting a place without an appointment

Full Definition of WALK-IN

1
:  large enough to be walked into <a walk–in closet>
2
:  arranged so as to be entered directly rather than through a lobby <a walk–in apartment>
3
a :  being a person who walks in without an appointment <a walk–in blood donor>
b :  of, relating to, or intended for such persons <a walk–in clinic>

First Known Use of WALK-IN

1926

2walk–in

noun

: a person who visits a place without an appointment

Full Definition of WALK-IN

1
:  a walk-in refrigerator or cold storage room
2
:  an easy election victory
3
:  a person who walks in without an appointment

First Known Use of WALK-IN

1944

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