Definition of catwalk
: a narrow walkway (as along a bridge)
Recent Examples of catwalk from the Web
A new $30,000, 24-foot cage — featuring a catwalk that circles the entire cage, allowing cameras to shoot the action from every angle — will make its debut the same night.
Model Cora Emmanuel Instagrammed a video of herself backstage at the designer's Fall/Winter 2017 Couture show, getting all gussied up for the catwalk.
One is a catwalk-high view of the basketball court (or concert stage).
As VIP guests looked on, Lucas Ossendrijver’s passion for hybrid styles found its voice on the catwalk for Lanvin.
With the French capital baking in high temperatures, Wednesday kicked off 52 catwalk shows that will run over five runway-stomping days.
There are marble floors and escalators everywhere, and a massive catwalk to the adjacent Bonaventure Hotel that offers tempting misdirection.
Raury immediately rushed for the exit after leaving the catwalk, but a security guard stopped him.
Catwalks above and traps under the stages will allow actors and scenery to be dropped in or raised, adding effect to productions.
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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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