- a rehearsal in which physical action is combined with reading the lines of a play.
- a perfunctory performance of a script.
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Origin of walk-through
Example sentences from the Web for walk-through
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British Dictionary definitions for walk-through
Idioms and Phrases with walk-through
Perform in a perfunctory fashion, as in She was just walking through her job, hoping to quit very soon. This idiom originally referred to practicing parts in a play at an early rehearsal. It was applied more broadly from the late 1800s. Also see go through the motions.
walk someone through. Instruct someone carefully, one step at a time, as in He was very helpful, walking me through all the steps in this complex computer program.