Definition of 'walk-up'
Example sentences containing 'walk-up'
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She wondered how long it had been since Andrew McClintock had toiled his way to the top-floor of a ` walk-up ". THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)I jumped into the cab with Maggie and rode with her into Roxbury where she lived in a brownstone walk-up, not far from Dudley Station. ICED (2001)Now he operated from a two-bedroom walk-up in a down-at-heel co-operative. YELLOW BIRD (2001)
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Translations for 'walk-up'
British English: walk-up NOUN
A walk-up is a tall apartment block which has no lift. You can also refer to an apartment in such a block as a walk-up.
She lives in a tiny fifth floor walk-up in the city.
- American English: walk-up
- Brazilian Portuguese: prédio sem elevador
- Chinese: 无电梯的公寓
- European Spanish: bloque de pisos sin ascensor
- French: appartement sans ascenseurN
- German: Haus ohne Fahrstuhl
- Italian: stabile senza ascensore
- Japanese: エレベーターのないアパート
- Korean: 엘리베이터가 없는 높은 건물
- European Portuguese: prédio sem elevador
- Spanish: bloque de pisos sin ascensor
Definition of walk-up from the Collins English Dictionary
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