Definition of walk-in in English:

walk-in

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adjective

1(Especially of a storage area) large enough to walk into: a walk-in cupboard
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  • Practical features include a walk-in cupboard in the bathroom and gas central heating throughout.
  • Decorated in peach, this area includes a walk-in cloakroom and guest toilet.
  • E's sleeping area was a converted walk-in closet, with two mattresses thrown on the floor.
2(Of a service) available for customers or clients without the need for an appointment: a walk-in clinic
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  • An out-of-hours service will still be available at the walk-in medical centre in Carfax Street.
  • Establishing this relationship can turn walk-in customers into life-long clients.
  • They also have an optometrist in an office upstairs, I got a walk-in appointment with him with no problem.

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