Definition of 'walkway'
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Then they shuffled along the covered walkway to the next building. BomberThese are connected by a glass walkway that runs along behind. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One must have sneaked by us using a secret walkway because none of us noticed him slip away. The Sun (2008)They lead from the few roads in the district across farmland before becoming wooden walkways through the wetlands. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All rooms have access to an outdoor hot tub and are connected to the main building by glass walkways. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There should be a move towards keeping spraying away from the general public and restricting the use of pesticides near walkways and paths. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)Temporary bridges and walkways used for the Olympics will also be removed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is also a restaurant and is surrounded by the sea, accessible by a wooden walkway. The Sun (2015)Fan zones and covered walkways will also be air-conditioned. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One can see them from the boat, or from approved paths and walkways. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The plans would allow the southern courts to be rearranged to give wider walkways for the use of pedestrians moving from court to court. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A young waiter shows me to my table over a glass and steel walkway. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Highlights include a glass tunnel walkway for guests to stroll beneath a tropical ocean full of fish, coral and green turtles. The Sun (2009)Climb on board via the wooden walkway, take in the view and drift off to sleep as you sway in the breeze. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It will be shown under a glass walkway at the National Trust site. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now a ballet company has gone one better - showing off dance moves on an airport's moving walkway. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Cyclists on such roads are a hazard and they should be allowed to use the walkway; on some main roads these are rarely used by pedestrians. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's linked to the house by a glass walkway, and has five rooms set over five storeys. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some 200 workers were on site when the 50 tons of steel scaffolding and wooden walkways crashed to the ground. The Sun (2006)A wooden walkway snakes out from the house under a tunnel of drunken tree ferns, then opens up to a sitting area. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They serve as a link between pavilions and buildings, and also as freestanding covered walkways providing shade from the sun and a dry refuge in a shower. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A covered walkway leads through to two double rooms, one of them with an extra single bunk bed and en suite shower room. Times, Sunday Times (2014)THE OPEN chiefs hastily built a covered walkway at the end of the driving range. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'walkway'
British English: walkway /ˈwɔːkˌweɪ/ NOUN
A walkway is a path or passage for pedestrians, especially one which is raised above the ground.
...a narrow walkway between the buildings.
- American English: walkway
- Arabic: مـَمْشَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: passagem
- Chinese: 走道
- Croatian: pješački put
- Czech: chodník
- Danish: løbegang
- Dutch: wandelgang
- European Spanish: pasadizo
- Finnish: kävelytie
- French: allée
- German: Gehweg
- Greek: διαδρόμος
- Italian: passaggio pedonale
- Japanese: 歩行者用通路
- Korean: 보도
- Norwegian: gangsti
- Polish: przejście deptak
- European Portuguese: passagem
- Romanian: pasarelă
- Russian: дорожка
- Spanish: pasadizo
- Swedish: gångbana
- Thai: ทางเดินเท้า
- Turkish: yayalara ayrılmış yol
- Ukrainian: доріжка
- Vietnamese: đường dành cho người đi bộ
Definition of walkway from the Collins English Dictionary
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