make off with


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make off with (someone or something)

To escape with someone or something that has been stolen, snatched, etc. The thieves busted the ATM and made off with the cash inside. Sorry, the dog made off with the last burger—snatched it right from the table. The fearsome beast made off with the princess, and we've called on all able-bodied knights to mount a rescue!
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make off with

To snatch or steal: made off with the profits.
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