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walk outphrasal verb

  • ja〔抗議のために〕立ち去る、〔人のもとを〕去る
  • ento leave something or someone due to feelings of anger or disapproval

Examples

PLAY
1:03 / --:--
Unmute
1.
You're the one who disappeared from his life.
2.
- Oh, this is my fault now? - Well, you walked out on him.
3.
Let's just find our son and go back to our respective corners, okay?
4.
Fine.
PLAY
5:51 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Did you rub my lamp?
2.
Did you wake me up?
3.
Did you bring me here?
4.
And all of a sudden you’re walking out on me?
5.
I don’t think so.
6.
Not right now.
7.
You’re getting your wishes, so sit down!
PLAY
4:01 / --:--
Unmute
1.
And my whole point is, if you don't like my show,
2.
- you don't have to have a freaking seizure. - Yeah.
3.
Just walk out.
4.
I got the check, yo.
PLAY
0:52 / --:--
Unmute
1.
I'm about to go home.
2.
I don't give a *bleep*.
3.
Stupidest *bleep* I've ever done in my life.
4.
The bartender, she just walked out.
5.
Ordered like gimlets and Manhattans and all these foo-foo *bleep* drinks.
6.
And they're like, "Oh, she did it wrong."
7.
I don't wanna be here. I'm not coming in tomorrow. I'm done.
8.
So Lindsey just quit.
PLAY
1:11 / --:--
Unmute
1.
- Do you think it's acted out? - I hope not.
2.
One last punch,
3.
and you're good.
4.
No, don't walk out. Aw, you forgot something.
5.
Your wardrobe.
PLAY
22:58 / --:--
Unmute
1.
Our drinks definitely look alike.
2.
You can have my cherry.
3.
Oh, you did get a cherry.
4.
In a whiskey sour?
5.
Yeah, she was like, "Let's just put this drink in a smaller one."
6.
- They're laughing at this place. - Yeah.
7.
Pissing me off.
8.
*Bleep* ridiculous.
9.
Is she leaving, leaving?
10.
She just walked out.
11.
Like, I think she's done.
12.
Whoa.
13.
Brad just had an employee walk out and he didn't even notice.