catwalk definition

  • noun:
    • A narrow, usually elevated walkway, as regarding the sides of a bridge or in the flies above a theater stage.
    • a heightened encased passageway offering accessibility fore and aft through the connection of a merchant vessel
    • any similar increased walkway
    • A narrow elevated phase upon which models parade; a runway
    • the business of making clothes for style programs.
    • a narrow walkway projecting from a stage to the seating section of a theater; it is utilized, age. g. by designs displaying clothes about it at a fashion program. Called in addition runway.
    • a narrow walkway full of the air allowing workers access to areas of a structure usually difficult to reach. Catwalks are found, e.g. above a stage in a theater, between areas of a building, over the side of a bridge, on the outside of a railroad car, externally of a large storage space container, etc.
    • thin system expanding away into an auditorium
    • narrow path full of air (as above a stage or between elements of a building or along a bridge)

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