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walk-behind

[ wawk-bi-hahynd ]
/ ˈwɔk bɪˌhaɪnd /
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adjective
being a motor-driven machine, as a power lawn mower or a snowblower, designed for operation with the operator walking behind and guiding the machine by its handle controls.
noun
a walk-behind machine.
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Origin of walk-behind

adj., noun use of verb phrase walk behind
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