DICTIONARY

walk out on someone

句動詞初級
  • ja

    恋人や配偶者を突然見捨てる

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to suddenly abandon or leave your lover, partner, or spouse

    Globify による定義
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- Are you walking out on Barbara Jean? - Yes, sir. Yes, sir. I am.
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A goddamn wide receiver walking out on Barbara Jean Bookman?
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You're on an island.
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It's 3 in the morning.
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And you're drinking by yourself.
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What's going on?
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- I just walked out on a 7-year relationship. - Whoa.
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If 1 more guy walks out on me, l don't even know what. l swear.
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What are you talking about? Walk out on you?
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You walk out on them!
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What are you doing?
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Catching a bus.
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Hey, this is not something you can just walk out on, you know.
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Not after all we've been through.
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The reason she walked out on Barry is simply that she didn't love him,
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which, incidentally, worked out pretty well for me.
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Jade? Maybe she still likes this boy with the hair.
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Uh, she kinda walked out on me.
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That doesn't mean she ain't still got feelings for you.
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'Cause it's New Year's Eve, you want another shot at it?
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You walked out on me, Daniel.
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I just don't get it.
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I mean, I went on 5 first dates last week and they all walked out on me.
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When did they leave?
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- When I told 'em about my job. - Oh, my God.
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I remember it was right around the time the love of your life walked out on you.
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She said it wasn't you.
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It was the weather.