walk away with

If you walk away with something such as a prize, you win it or get it very easily. [JOURNALISM]

[V P P n] Enter our competition and you could walk away with ₤10,000.

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  • walk\ away\ with — • walk away with • walk off with v 1. To take and go away with; take away; often: steal. When Father went to work, he accidentally walked off with Mother s umbrella. How can a thief walk off with a safe in broad daylight? 2. To take, get, or win… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • walk away with — • walk away with • walk off with take and go away with, take away, steal Someone walked away with the computer from the library last night …   Idioms and examples

  • walk away with — (something) to win or get something easily. The German soccer team is favored to walk away with the championship. She got a minor injury and walked off with a million dollar insurance settlement …   New idioms dictionary

  • walk away with — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms walk away with : present tense I/you/we/they walk away with he/she/it walks away with present participle walking away with past tense walked away with past participle walked away with 1) walk away with… …   English dictionary

  • walk away with — phrasal 1. : to win or take by outdoing one s competitors without difficulty walked away with first prize expects to walk away with the nomination 2. : to take over unexpectedly from someone else : steal II 1g a new actor in a minor role amost… …   Useful english dictionary

  • walk away with — ► walk off with (or away with) informal 1) steal. 2) win. Main Entry: ↑walk …   English terms dictionary

  • walk away with — or[walk off with] {v.} 1. To take and go away with; take away; often: steal. * /When Father went to work, he accidentally walked off with Mother s umbrella./ * /How can a thief walk off with a safe in broad daylight?/ 2. To take, get, or win… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • walk away with — or[walk off with] {v.} 1. To take and go away with; take away; often: steal. * /When Father went to work, he accidentally walked off with Mother s umbrella./ * /How can a thief walk off with a safe in broad daylight?/ 2. To take, get, or win… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • walk away with — See walk off with …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Walk away with — win easily …   Dictionary of Australian slang


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