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walking frame

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Definition of walking frame in English:

noun

British
A frame used by disabled or infirm people for support while walking, typically made of metal tubing with rubber feet.
Example sentences
  • He and his wife, who could only walk with the aid of a walking frame, had lived in the village for more than 20 years.
  • He spent 13 days in hospital, then staggered out on a walking frame.
  • These days Fancourt must rely on a walking frame to get around.

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