noun Date: 1902 1. a minor part (as in a dramatic production); also an actor having such a part 2. a college athlete who tries out for an athletic team without having been recruited or offered a scholarship

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  • walk-on — [wôk′än΄] n. 1. a) a minor role in which the actor has no speaking lines or just a very few b) the actor who performs such a role 2. Sports a player who tries out for a team without being recruited, drafted, on scholarship, etc …   English World dictionary

  • 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 — walk′ on n. 1) a small part in a play or other entertainment, esp. a part without speaking lines Compare bit II, 4) 2) spo an athlete trying out for a team who has not been drafted, specifically invited, or awarded a scholarship • Etymology:… …   From formal English to slang

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  • 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 — intransitive verb Etymology: from the phrase walk on : to play a walk on * * * walk on 1. To walk ahead 2. To continue to walk 3. To have a walking part • • • Main Entry: ↑walk …   Useful english dictionary

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