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walk-on part

noun [C] uk   /ˈwɔːk.ɒnˌpɑːt/  us   /ˈwɑːk.ɑːnˌpɑːrt/ (also walk-on)
A walk-on part in a play is a very small part in which the actor is on the stage for a short time and speaks very few or no words.
Translations of “walk-on part”
in Chinese (Traditional) (戲劇裡的)跑龍套角色,小角色…
in Chinese (Simplified) (戏剧里的)龙套角色,小角色…
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