walk off (somewhere) Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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walk off (somewhere)

phrasal verb with walk uk   /wɔːk/  us   /wɑːk/ verb
to ​leave a ​place because you are ​angry or ​unhappy about something: She ​threatened to ​walk off the ​film set because of the ​conditions. He ​refused to ​discuss it and just ​walked off in a ​huff.
(Definition of walk off (somewhere) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “walk off (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Simplified) (因愤怒或不满而)离开(某地)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (因憤怒或不滿而)離開(某地)…
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