Racing. a walking or trotting over the course by a contestant who is the only starter.
an unopposed or easy victory.
any task easily done.
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)
(also, earlier, walk free) To be released from prison (1970s+)
To be acquitted of or otherwise freed from a criminal indictment: more killers walk because of the incompetence of arresting officers/ Actually, I'm gonna cop a plea. A $15 fine and I'll walk(late 1950s+)
(also, fr 1890s, walk out) To go out on strike: Several more Caterpillar locals have decided to walk(1970s+ Labor unions)
To leave someone, esp a spouse or lover; get lost, take a hike: She said if he didn't straighten out he could walk