Walk-in meaning

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(parapsychology) A person whose original soul has departed the body and been replaced with another.
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A room large enough to admit entrance.
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The definition of walk in is an area large enough that you can actually step inside and move about, rather than just reach in with your hands.

An example of a walk in is a closet where you can step inside to pick out your clothes.

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Walk in is a person, such as a customer or a job applicant, who enters someplace without an appointment.

An example of a walk in is a person who comes to a hair salon without having an appointment first and just waits until a stylist is free to cut his hair.

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Large enough to admit entrance.

A walk-in closet.

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Located so as to be entered directly from the street.

A walk-in apartment.

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Large enough for one to walk inside.

A walk-in closet.

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That can be entered directly from the street rather than through a lobby.
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Designating or of a public agency, medical clinic, etc. which accepts anyone who walks in without an appointment; also, of such a person.
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A walk-in closet, apartment, etc.
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An easily won victory.
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A person who walks in, as to a clinic, without an appointment.
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(of a place) That people may enter without a prior appointment.
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(of a thief) That gains access through unlocked doors.
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(of a defector etc) That walks into an embassy etc unannounced.
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(US, of a cinema) Not a drive-in.
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(of a room) Entered without an intervening passage.
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A walk-in room or closet.
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A walk-in defector etc.
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A customer who visits a restaurant, hair salon, etc. without a reservation.
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