Front-walkover



noun, Gymnastics.
1.
See under (def 4).
[wawk-oh-ver] /ˈwɔkˌoʊ vər/
noun
1.
Racing. a walking or trotting over the course by a contestant who is the only starter.
2.
an unopposed or easy victory.
3.
any task easily done.
4.
Gymnastics. a vertical rotation of the body from a standing position, performed by leaning forward to a brief handstand and bringing the legs over and back down to the floor one at a time (front walkover) or by arching backward to a similar handstand and returning the feet to the floor (back walkover)
/ˈwɔːkˌəʊvə/
noun
1.
(informal) an easy or unopposed victory
2.
(horse racing)

verb (intransitive, mainly preposition)
3.
(also adverb) to win a race by a walkover
4.
(informal) to beat (an opponent) conclusively or easily
5.
(informal) to take advantage of (someone)

noun

A strike: There’s a walkout at the supermarkets right now (late 1880s+ Labor union)

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