walk+of+life

  • 1walk of life — n the position in society someone has, especially the type of job they have from every walk of life/from all walks of life ▪ Our volunteers include people from all walks of life …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 2walk of life — ► used to refer to the job you do or the part of society you belong to: »We employ people from all walks of life. Main Entry: ↑walk …

    Financial and business terms

  • 3walk of life — ► walk of life the position within society that someone holds. Main Entry: ↑walk …

    English terms dictionary

  • 4walk of life — index business (occupation), calling, position (business status), profession (vocation) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

    Law dictionary

  • 5Walk of Life — Infobox Album | Name = Walk of Life Type = Album Artist = Billie Piper Released = October 2, 2000 Recorded = 2000 Genre = Pop Length = 41:04 Label = Virgin Virgin Records 49969 (CD), Virgin Records 49969 (CS), EMI Records 849969 (2004 CD)… …

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  • 6Walk of Life — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Singles[1] Walk of Life   DE …

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  • 7walk of life — {n. phr.} Way of living; manner in which people live. * /Many rich people have yachts; people in their walk of life can afford them./ * /The banker did not want his son to marry a girl in a different walk of life./ * /People from every walk of… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 8walk of life — {n. phr.} Way of living; manner in which people live. * /Many rich people have yachts; people in their walk of life can afford them./ * /The banker did not want his son to marry a girl in a different walk of life./ * /People from every walk of… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 9walk\ of\ life — n. phr. Way of living; manner in which people live. Many rich people have yachts; people in their walk of life can afford them. The banker did not want his son to marry a girl in a different walk of life. People from every walk of life enjoy… …

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  • 10walk of life — noun (C) the position in society someone has, especially the type of job they have: from every walk of life/from all walks of life: The club has members from every walk of life, from plumbers to doctors …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11walk of life — walks of life N COUNT: usu pl The walk of life that you come from is the position that you have in society and the kind of job you have. One of the greatest pleasures of this job is meeting people from all walks of life. Syn: background …

    English dictionary

  • 12walk of life —    A person s profession or position in society is known as their walk of life.     There were people from all walks of life among the protesters …

    English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • 13walk of life — noun An occupation, role, social class, or lifestyle. Folks in our neighborhood come from every walk of life, prince and pauper, investor and janitor …

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  • 14walk of life — way of living, manner in which people live People from every walk of life came to the concert in the park …

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  • 15walk of life — noun careers in general (Freq. 1) it happens in all walks of life • Syn: ↑walk • Hypernyms: ↑career, ↑calling, ↑vocation * * * CLASS, status, rank, caste, sphere, arena; …

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  • 16walk of life — Synonyms and related words: art, business, calling, career, career building, careerism, craft, game, handicraft, lifework, line, line of business, line of work, metier, mission, mystery, number, occupation, practice, profession, pursuit, racket,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 17walk of life — a person s occupation or position within society. → walk …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 18walk of life — lifestyle, occupation, vocation    People from all walks of life eat at Fabio s Restaurants …

    English idioms

  • 19walk of life — we come from different walks of life Syn: class, status, rank, caste, sphere, arena; profession, career, vocation, job, occupation, employment, business, trade, craft; province, field …

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  • 20walk of life — noun occupation, profession, or social position: *They came from all parts of Australia and from many walks of life. –wal watkins, 1971 …

    Australian-English dictionary