Idiom: walk off with something
Note: When taking or stealing something, this can be done intentionally or by mistake.
— I had a party Saturday night and someone walked off with my mom’s gold bracelet.
— Rats! That customer just walked off with my pen.
— Did that man just walk off with your drink? I cannot believe that.
— Could you please give me another packet? I put mine on my seat while I went to the restroom and someone walked off with it.
— We have to keep the restroom key on this huge keychain so people don't accidentally walk off with it.
— Since we hired a security guard, fewer people walk off with our merchandise.
— Who walked off with all of the Swiss chocolates that I left in the employee lounge?
— The reason you have to fill out a form for office supplies is that employees walk off with everything if we leave the supply closed unlocked.
— Oops! I walked off with someone else's keys by mistake.
— Here you are. That guy just walked off with your folder. When I confronted him he pretended he did it by accident.
— Thank you! We never imagined we'd walk off with two Emmy awards for this series.
— My husband went to Vegas and walked off with almost $25,000. Hopefully he won't develop a gambling habit.
— After the break we'll find out who will walk off with the grand prize for Best Dog in Show?
— Believe me, it's a great investment opportunity. You could walk off with a fortune.
— I really don't want to work another summer in Alaska but last year I walked off with enough to pay off all my credit card debt.
— At my very first race, I walked off with a silver medal. After a year of training I think I can come in first place.
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