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walk in (third-person singular simple present walks in, present participle walking in, simple past and past participle walked in)

  1. To come without an appointment to a place that would normally require one.
    If you walk in, you're going to have to wait at least an hour.
    • 2001, Pat Barker, The Man Who Wasn't There[1]:
      You can't just walk in, Mam. You have to make an appointment.'

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