walkathon

noun walk·a·thon \ ˈwȯ-kə-ˌthän \

Definition of walkathon

:a walk covering a considerable distance organized especially to raise money for a cause

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Origin and Etymology of walkathon

walk + -athon


WALKATHON Defined for English Language Learners

walkathon

noun

Definition of walkathon for English Language Learners

  • : an organized event in which people walk to raise money for a particular cause or group


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