walk on
phrasal to take advantage of ; abuse

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.


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  • Walk On — may refer to: * Walk On (Boston album) , a 1994 album by American rock band Boston ** Walk On , a medley of songs by Boston from their 1994 album Walk On * Walk On (John Hiatt album) , a 1995 album by John Hiatt * Walk On (song) a song by U2 from …   Wikipedia

  • Walk On — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Walk on» Sencillo de U2 del álbum All That You Can t Leave Behind Publicación 16 de noviembre 2001 (Europa, 26 de noviembre 2001 (Australia) …   Wikipedia Español

  • Walk on — «Walk on» Sencillo de U2 del álbum All That You Can t Leave Behind Formato CD, DVD Género(s) Rock Duración 4:28 single version, 4:56 album version …   Wikipedia Español

  • walk-on — walk ,on noun count a small acting part in a movie or a play, especially one with no words to say: a walk on role a. an actor who has a walk on part …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • walk-on — n 1.) also walk on part/role a small acting part with no words to say in a play or film, or an actor who has a part like this 2.) AmE someone who plays for a college sports team without having been given a sports ↑scholarship …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • walk-on — minor non speaking role, 1902, theatrical slang. Meaning actor who has such a part is attested from 1946. The sports team sense is recorded from 1974 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Walk-on — Als Walk on werden im Hochschulsport in den Vereinigten Staaten diejenigen studierenden Sportler bezeichnet, die sich bei offenen Probetrainings (tryout) selbst um die Aufnahme in eine College Mannschaft bewerben. Dies steht im Gegensatz zu den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Walk On — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Walk On, un album musical du groupe Boston ; Walk On, une chanson du groupe U2 ; Catégorie : Homonymie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • walk-on — ADJ: ADJ n A walk on part in a play or film is a very small part which usually does not involve any speaking. He and his family have walk on parts in the latest film. Syn: bit …   English dictionary

  • walk-on — /wawk on , awn /, n. 1. Also called walking part. a small part in a play or other entertainment, esp. one without speaking lines. Cf. bit2 (def. 6). 2. an entertainer or actor who plays such a part. 3. an athlete trying out for a team who has not …   Universalium

  • walk-on — adj. Walk on is used with these nouns: ↑part …   Collocations dictionary

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