Meaning of “walk-through” in the English Dictionary

"walk-through" in Business English

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walk-throughnoun [ C ]

also walkthrough uk us

the act of doing something or checking something in order to find possible problems:

The firm built a model of the laboratory, so that the lab's future users could do a walk-through and make suggestions.
The gas company offers a free walk-through inspection of your home to identify potential savings.

a set of instructions showing you how to use something, for example, new software:

This walkthrough is for members of staff using the software for the first time.

(Definition of “walk-through” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)