Definition of walk off with in English:

walk off with

Translate walk off with into Spanish

phrasal verb

informal
  • 1Steal.

    • ‘someone's walked off with my car keys’
    • ‘Their success in picking the locks of the bank and walking off with the £22 million must have been an ease to them as they contemplated what presents to get for their offspring.’
    • ‘I headed back in the store with Spense and we found out that the woman behind me had picked it up and walked off with it.’
    • ‘In a situation like the Bahamas, huge multi-nationals with headquarters elsewhere are walking off with our monetary resources, while calling it a gain for us.’
    • ‘I had no problems walking off with it from the ‘secure’ area of the station.’
    • ‘Back at the bar where tales were told and the amber liquid flowed none of the fisherman noticed that two males and a female calmly picked up the 3 black liner bags and walked off with the main fish catch!’
    • ‘About a month after he arrives, he walks off with all her jewellery and one of her daughters.’
    • ‘He walked off with £22.40, but staff at the off-licence took CCTV tapes to the police, who later arrested him.’
    • ‘The fraudsters then calmly walked off with £40,000 from the pub's safe.’
    • ‘Then Fry walks off with Laurie's silver cutlery and returns with a bin liner full of plastic forks and knives which he dumps on the table.’
    steal, thieve, make off with, run off with, carry off, help oneself to, rob, pilfer, purloin, pocket, snatch, take, appropriate, abstract
  • 2Win.

    • ‘the team walked off with a silver medal’
    • ‘The winning team walked off with a cash award of Rs.5,000, a rolling trophy and Reva scholarships worth Rs.25,000 each.’
    • ‘The host team also walked off with the fourth-place finish after falling to the Kelowna Owls via a golden goal.’
    • ‘Almost a year of dedication paid off for the Iphutheng Primary School team, which walked off with the Carnegie Cup at this year's Story Skirmish.’
    • ‘Each syndicate member walks off with around £180,000 as their share of the £8.6 million jackpot.’
    • ‘With Kent pressing for second place they ignored five lights on the meter until they felt content with their day's work, Waugh walking off with 17 fours and a six off his 234 balls.’
    • ‘Vaughan had received 180 balls and stroked a dozen fours and when the innings was wrapped up Caddick walked off with five for 81.’
    • ‘While judo captivated Japanese fans at the Sydney Summer Olympics, where Japan's athletes walked off with most medals in the sport, it has been on the decline at home.’
    • ‘But Laura, 18, walked off with all 20 prizes after being randomly selected to take part in a quiz section of the programme.’
    • ‘During the awards ceremony, Nedson Siame scooped the Best Male Soloist Award while Namakau Sikoti walked off with the Best Female Soloist title.’
    • ‘In the end, Phelps walked off with six golds and two bronzes, hardly a failure.’
    • ‘It would be bad business to let Sanders walk off with $8 million for one slightly above-average season.’
    • ‘When these two sides last met at Murrayfield, Ulster walked off with the Celtic Cup and the visitors stole the honours again yesterday despite missing 12 men from their front-line squad through injury and rest.’
    win easily, win hands down, achieve, attain, earn, gain, receive, obtain, acquire, secure, collect, pick up, come away with, net