walk over

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To easily defeat
To dominate, treat (someone) as inferior
beat easily; "The local team walked over their old rivals for the championship
win easily; take advantage of, use; go from one place to another by foot
beat easily; "The local team walked over their old rivals for the championship"
If someone walks over you, they treat you very badly. Do you think you can walk over me? Well, you won't, ever!
walk all over someone
To dominate a person or a group; to have a person take a submissive or inferior role
walk all over someone
To easily beat a competitor in a contest; to win without much effort
walk-over
An uncontested or very easy victory
walk-over
A horserace in which only a single horse competes
walkover
An easy victory; a walkaway
walkover
A bye or victory awarded to a competitor when a scheduled opponent fails to play a game
walkover
A type of railroad passenger car seat, having reversible seat backs that can be moved across the seat to face either direction of travel

It took about 10 minutes to flip the walkovers in each car.

walkover
any undertaking that is easy to do; "marketing this product will be no picnic"
walkover
If you say that a competition or contest is a walkover, you mean that it is won very easily. a very easy victory walk over walk
walkover
a horse race with only one entrant
walkover
backbends combined with handstands
walkover
a backbend combined with a handstand
walkover
In racing, the going over a course by a horse which has no competitor for the prize; hence, colloquially, a one-sided contest; an uncontested, or an easy, victory
walkover
a bye awarded to a player or team when a scheduled opponent fails to play a game
walkover
{i} easy victory; mission that is simple to perform
walk over

    Турецкое произношение

    wôk ōvır

    Произношение

    /ˈwôk ˈōvər/ /ˈwɔːk ˈoʊvɜr/

    Этимология

    [ 'wok ] (verb.) before 12th century. partly from Middle English walken , from Old English wealcan to roll, toss, journey about and partly from Middle English walkien , from Old English wealcian to roll up, muffle up; akin to Middle Dutch walken to knead, press, full.

    Видео

    ... So we can walk over and check. ...
    ... All right. I'm going to walk over to the other side of the stage. The next thing I'd like ...

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