baby-walker


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baby-walker

n
a light frame on casters or wheels to help a baby learn to walk. US equivalent: go-cart
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baby-walker - an enclosing framework on casters or wheelsbaby-walker - an enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
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baby-walker

[ˈbeɪbɪˌwɔːkəʳ] ngirello
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He enjoys toddling around in a special baby-walker and babbles contentedly to himself.
Burglars are pursued with the full force of the law for causing less chaos than this lad in his baby-walker.
My sister had one made from old pramwheels and the plastic seat of a battered office chair and I had my own version when my dad soupedup my baby-walker with Shepherd castors, giving a new meaning to the expression "baby boom" as I hurtled across the living room breaking the sound barrier as I went.
Jay McGuire was playing in a baby-walker in his home when he was shot through an open window.
He is walking with the help of the baby-walker and he's all over the place - there's no stopping him.
She didn't need her baby-walker any more and would climb out and use the attached tray to get up on to the sofa.
Most babies will learn to walk forward or sideways first, but I find that in a baby-walker they'll learn to walk backwards first.
His mum, Fiona, described his accute reaction to any rubbing and explained: "Once, he was in a baby-walker and we forgot to put any socks on his feet.
Izzard said she returned from the kitchen where she had gone to check on some food to find Josh had fallen and was slumped next to a baby-walker truck and a toy garage.