Definition of catwalk
: a narrow walkway (as along a bridge)
Recent Examples of catwalk from the Web
A wire grid, rather than a catwalk system, allows lighting techs to walk anywhere to tend the lights.
Workers complete the catwalks for the Golden Gate Bridge, spanning the Golden Gate Strait, prior to spinning the bridge cables during construction.
A backpack for the catwalk or the sidewalk, Prada's upscale bag is made of city-slicker neoprene and rubber fabrics.
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First Known Use of catwalk
CATWALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of catwalk for English Language Learners
: a narrow structure for people to walk on along a bridge or high up on the side of a building
: the raised structure that models walk along in a fashion show
CATWALK Defined for Kids
Definition of catwalk for Students
: a narrow walk or way (as along a bridge)
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