Definition of 'walk-on'
Example sentences containing 'walk-on'
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Distancing himself might be wiser, but playing only a walk-on in this would not be a clever career move. THE LAST RAVEN (2002)Our little drama has given Pat a walk-on part in his own childhood. MAN AND WIFE (2002)Pity I never took a look in that office... "Truscott was like a walk-on player who'd missed a leading role by too early an exit. A WORM OF DOUBT (2002)
Trends of 'walk-on'
Used Occasionally. walk-on is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'walk-on'
British English: walk-on ADJECTIVE
A walk-on part in a play or film is a very small part which usually does not involve any speaking.
He and his family have walk-on parts in the latest film.
- American English: walk-on
- Brazilian Portuguese: de figurante
- Chinese: 跑龙套
- European Spanish: de extra
- French: de figurantN
- German: Statisten-
- Italian: da comparsa
- Japanese: 端役
- Korean: 단역
- European Portuguese: de figurante
- Spanish: de extra
Definition of walk-on from the Collins English Dictionary
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