DICTIONARY

walk out

句動詞
  • ja

    〔抗議のために〕立ち去る、〔人のもとを〕去る

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to leave something or someone due to feelings of anger or disapproval

    Globify による定義
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Mute
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? - Fine.
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Mute
1.
Did you wake me up?
2.
Did you bring me here?
3.
And all of a sudden you’re walking out on me?
4.
I don’t think so.
5.
Not right now.
6.
You’re getting your wishes, so sit down!
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Mute
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.
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Mute
1.
We've decided that we're moving to Australia.
2.
You're not taking my grandchild.
3.
We need a fresh start.
4.
You cannot walk out on this place!