There are 2 definitions of walk up! in English:

walk up!1

British Used by a showman as an invitation to enter a circus or other show: walk up and have a look
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  • Meet outside The Royal Parks Office on the Inner Circle of Regents Park and walk up to see The Smallest Cinema in the World.
  • Walk up and see the most surprising performance in the whole fair, by the three brothers, from the Caribbean Islands of which I am a native myself.
  • Walk up! Walk up! Walk up and see the horse's head where his tail ought to be.
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There are 2 definitions of walk up! in English:

walk-up2

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noun

North American
1A building allowing access to the upper floors by stairs only: a studio apartment in an ungentrified walk-up [as modifier]: a walk-up hotel
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  • He carted them all back to his rent-stabilized walk-up on the Upper East Side.
  • I'm also on the fourth floor of a walk-up, so racing up and down is not an option.
  • They explored solutions such as taking down some of the towers and adding walk-ups.
1.1A room or flat in a walk-up building.
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  • So, you tell me, why am I sitting here in a rented second floor walk-up, albeit at the beach, awaiting the outcome of possible condemnation resulting from six violations of the city housing code?
  • ‘It was her example and selfless service, raising four boys in a fourth floor walk-up that made the difference’.
  • The Reuben Gallery, by contrast, was a third-floor walk-up in a small, aging building.

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