Definition of baby walker in English:

baby walker

Line breaks: baby walk¦er

noun

British
A wheeled frame in which a baby is suspended in a harness and can move itself about a room with its feet.
More example sentences
  • Abby's photo, taken when she was five months old, was chosen from hundreds of entries and won her a baby walker with alphabet bricks and a wooden activity train.
  • I just missed out on a baby walker by a matter of seconds.
  • She claims he banged his head after falling forwards from a baby walker.

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