walk-through

noun
\ˈwȯk-ˌthrü \

Definition of walk-through 

1 : a perfunctory performance of a play or acting part (as in an early stage of rehearsal)

2 : a television rehearsal without cameras

First Known Use of walk-through

1940, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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walk-through

noun

English Language Learners Definition of walk-through

: an activity in which someone walks through an area, building, etc., in order to inspect it

: the act of going slowly through the steps of a process, job, etc., in order to practice doing it or to help someone learn it

: an explanation or guide that tells you how to do something by explaining each of its parts or steps

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