Definition of walled garden in English:

walled garden

Syllabification: walled gar·den

noun

1A garden or yard enclosed by high walls.
More example sentences
  • Brigade HQ was established in the grounds of Mezze House, a large building with a walled garden.
  • His friend Gertrude Jekyll designed the beautiful walled gardens.
  • Head chef Paul Hart uses the best fresh local produce, including vegetables grown in the hotel's own walled garden.
1.1 Computing & Telecommunications A restricted range of information to which subscribers to a particular service are limited.
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  • Last week T-Mobile Germany boasted that by breaking down the walled garden, ARPUs would blossom.
  • Those who keep their walled gardens intact will suffer.
  • Thus a walled garden will ensure that users can browse onto sites specifically set up for the TV.

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