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walkway

[ wawk-wey ]
/ ˈwɔkˌweɪ /
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noun
any passage for walking, especially one connecting the various areas of a ship, factory, park, etc.
a garden path or walk.
the front walk of a house, leading from the door to the sidewalk or road.
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Origin of walkway

An Americanism dating back to 1785–95; walk + way1
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British Dictionary definitions for walkway

walkway
/ (ˈwɔːkˌweɪ) /

noun
a path designed, and sometimes landscaped, for pedestrian use
a passage or path connecting buildings
a passage or path, esp one for walking over machinery, etc
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