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An elevated, usually enclosed walkway between two buildings. Also called skyway.
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1. (Gymnastics) a walk on a tightrope at great height
2. (Architecture) a high walkway between two buildings
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an elevated bridgelike walkway built to cross a large interior space, as an atrium, or built over a street to link two buildings. Also called skywalk.
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