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walk-up

1walk–up

adjective \ˈwk-ˌəp\

Definition of WALK-UP

1
:  located above the ground floor in a building with no elevator <a walk–up apartment>
2
:  consisting of several stories and having no elevator <a walk–up tenement>
3
:  designed to allow pedestrians to be served without entering a building <the walk–up window of a bank>

First Known Use of WALK-UP

circa 1919

2walk–up

noun

: a tall apartment or office building that does not have an elevator; also : an apartment or office in such a building

Full Definition of WALK-UP

:  an apartment or office building of several stories that has no elevator; also :  an apartment or office in such a building

First Known Use of WALK-UP

1924

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