Definition of walkover in English:

walkover

Line breaks: walk|over
Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːkəʊvə
 
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noun

An easy victory: they won in a 12-2 walkover
More example sentences
  • Every year there are professional teams getting knocked out of the Cup by amateur clubs and, while there are some walkover games, there are others that are very close.
  • ‘It really isn't going to be a walkover to enforce this law,’ she says.
  • In defeats, small or big, much is learned but walkovers are soul-destroying.
Synonyms
easy victory, runaway victory, rout, landslide, triumph, {game, set, and match}, gift
informal piece of cake, kid's stuff, child's play, doddle, pushover, cinch, breeze, sitter, picnic, like taking candy from a baby, thrashing, whitewash
North American informal shoo-in, cake walk, duck soup
dated snip
British vulgar slang piece of piss

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