Focus on the pronunciation of walk out
English definition of “walk out”
/wɔk/ v [I/T]
› to leave an event before it is finished because you are not enjoying it or because you do not agree with it: It was such a bad movie that I felt like walking out in the first fifteen minutes. › If workers walk out, they go on strike (= stop working at their jobs in order to express a complaint): Airline pilots are threatening to walk out next week.