walk through something. rehearse something in a casual way; to go through a play or other performed piece, showing where each person is to be located during each speech or musical number. Let's walk through this scene one more time. See also: through, walk.
walk′-through`. n. 1. a. a rehearsal of a play or other script in which the lines are read aloud while the actions are performed. b. a rehearsal of a motion-picture scene without cameras and often dialogue. c. a perfunctory performance of a role, play, or the like. 2.
walk-through definition: 1. the act of doing something or checking something in order to find possible problems: 2. a set. Learn more.
· walk through. 1. Perform in a perfunctory fashion, as in She was just walking through her job, hoping to quit very soon. This idiom originally referred to practicing parts in a play at an early .
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