- IPA[ˈwôk ˌTHro͞o]
- a tour or demonstration of an area or task；a software model of a building or other object in which the user can simulate walking around.
- designed to be walked through
noun: walk-through, plural noun: walk-throughs
- 1. a tour or demonstration of an area or task a floor-by-floor walk-through of the library
- ▪ a software model of a building or other object in which the user can simulate walking around.
- ▪ a rough rehearsal of a play, film, or other performance, without an audience or cameras.
- ▪ a product review of software carried out before release.
- ▪ (in computer gaming) a document giving advice on how to complete a game players may consider downloading a free walk-through of the game
- 2. an undemanding task or role.
- 1. designed to be walked through a walk-through gallery walk-through registration
從…底下走過。 比方說：walk through the rain ----> 從雨中／雨底下走過（雨中漫步） walk through that door ---->...
walk out through the wood 走出森林裡 / 在樹林中走出
...我們沿著路走. walk across 是穿越... We walk across the road. 我們走過馬路. walk through 是從這一頭到另一頭, We walk through the park. 我們穿越公園. 還可以當作...