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cock of the walk one who dominates a group, esp. in an arrogant or overbearing manner.
walk a tightrope to keep a difficult balance or middle position between opposed people or choices.
walk away with to win or get easily.
walk of life job or social position.
walk off with to win or get easily. [2 definitions]
walk out to leave suddenly, esp. as an indication of anger or protest.
walk-in large enough to be walked into. [6 definitions]
walk-on a small role in a theatrical, film, or television production, requiring very little or no speaking. [2 definitions]
walk-through a preliminary or first rehearsal of a play, show, or the like, in which the actors first rehearse their movements on stage.
walkup an apartment or office located above the ground floor in a building with no elevator. [2 definitions]