English version

walk-in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household
walk-inˈwalk-in adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DHbig enough for a person to walk inside πŸ”Š a walk-in closet2 β†’ walk-in business/clinic/centre etc
Examples from the Corpus
walk-inβ€’ The walk-in centre is the result of two years' struggle by an international group of scientists to realise an ideal.β€’ Mini-suites offer a sitting area, tub and shower and a walk-in closet.β€’ She clumped across the star-patterned mosaic towards the walk-in cupboard where the ski-gear was kept.β€’ She also said she was locked in a walk-in freezer by two male workers.β€’ It was a Soviet-built apartment with a walk-in wardrobe and red velvet curtains partitioning rooms.
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