Definition of Walkover in English :

Define Walkover in English

Walkover meaning in English

Meaning of Walkover in English

Pronunciation of Walkover in English

Walkover pronunciation in English

Pronounce Walkover in English


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1. walkover

backbends combined with handstands

2. breeze, child's play, cinch, duck soup, picnic, piece of cake, pushover, snap, walkover

any undertaking that is easy to do

Example Sentences:
'marketing this product will be no picnic'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of walkover
1. informal
an easy or unopposed victory
2. horse racing
the running or walking over the course by the only contestant entered in a race at the time of starting
a race won in this way
verb walk over (intr, mainly preposition)
3. (also adverb)
to win a race by a walkover
4. informal
to beat (an opponent) conclusively or easily
5. informal
to take advantage of (someone)

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see synonyms of walkover
a race in which the one horse entered has merely to walk over the course to win
an easily won victory

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


see synonyms of walkover
1. Something that is easy and presents no difficulties, especially an easily won sports contest.
2. A horserace with only one horse entered, won by the mere formality of walking the length of the track.
3. A gymnastic feat in which the body is bent forward or backward from an upright position, the hands are placed on the floor, and the legs are arced one after the other over the hands to finish in a standing position.

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