Friday’s Phrasal Verbs walk off with1 –

Friday’s Phrasal Verbs

walk off with1 – take something without asking
Somebody’s walked off with my umbrella – and it’s raining cats and dogs!

walk off with2 – win something easily (also: walk away with)
Karparov’s performance was perfect, and he walked off with the £10,000 prize.

walk away from – leave a bad situation without trying to resolve it
You have to face your responsibilities – you can’t just walk away from them.

walk out on – leave suddenly, end a relationship with someone
Susie walked out on her boyfriend last week.

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