1. phrasal verb If someone walks off with something that does not belong to them, they take it without permission. [informal] go off with [V P P n] ⇒ I'll bet you walked off with my coat, too. 2. phrasal verb → walk If you walk off with something such as a prize, you win it or get it very easily. [journalism] [V P P n] ⇒ The delighted pensioner walked off with a £2,000 prize.
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