walk of life Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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walk of life

When ​peopletalk about walk(s) of ​life, they are referring to different ​types of ​jobs and different ​levels of ​society: Members of the ​gymincludelawyers, ​teachers, ​plumbers, and ​hairdressers - ​people from all (different)walks of ​life.
(Definition of walk of life from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “walk of life”
in Chinese (Simplified) 各行各业, 各个社会阶层…
in Turkish toplumdaki yer, iş, meslek…
in Russian сфера деятельности, занятие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 各行各業, 各個社會階層…
in Polish zawód, środowisko…
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