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walk-in

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˈwɔːk.ɪn/  us   /ˈwɑːk-/

walk-in adjective [before noun] (STORAGE)

used to refer to a space used for storing things that is large enough for a person to enter and walk around in: UK a walk-in wardrobeUS a walk-in closet

walk-in adjective [before noun] (NOT ARRANGED)

mainly US used to refer to a place that you can go to without having already made an arrangement: It's a walk-in dental clinic.
walk-in
noun [C]
Although the restaurant will take walk-ins, reservations are recommended.
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