trot off

trot off

To depart to or away from some place very quickly or briskly. I've got to trot off to a meeting now, so we'll have to catch up another time! Just as I turned around, I spotted some young punk trotting off with my expensive camera.
See also: off, trot

trot off

v.
To proceed briskly: I left work at noon and trotted off to the gym.
See also: off, trot
References in classic literature ?
The intelligent little animals, relieved from our stupid supervision, trot off with their noses to the ground, like hounds on the scent.
One moment he volunteered to trot off with me on his back to the stream; and when I refused, noways daunted by the repulse, he continued to frisk about me like a superannuated house-dog.
We'll leave a letter saying we are all right, and trot off at once.
Perhaps you'll kindly let me have it, and I'll trot off to my work.'
Last year Riven Light, a player in Thursday's Guinness Galway Hurdle, returned from a long absence when winning this feature for a second season on the trot off top weight and from an unwanted outside draw in 18.
And it won't be just the horses trying to catch the judge's eye tomorrow with Ladies Day seeing the best dressed trot off with a [euro]10,000 gift card for Dundrum Town Centre.
Asif was brilliant in the final and the sixes [three on the trot off Hasan Ali] he struck changed the game in our favour.
So Princess Twilight and her friends trot off to recruit the queen of the Hippogriffs to help free their kingdom.
We were meant to get on them and trot off and have this lovely love scene, which didn't even make the cut.
We were meant to get on them and trot off and have this love scene, which didn't make the cut.
He'd rather trot off after Hamm on his shirt-shopping expedition to Savile Row.
Given that Princess Beatrice is about to trot off on her 14th foreign holibags in six months, when it comes to the pool of royal offspring, can we put them on a system of 'one in, one out'?
With a quick 'Shoo' she will trot off, but she will be back soon enough."
What do they do, take your old windows out and then trot off to the tip with them while providing you with the dream double glazing of your choice and all for free.
CLEVELAND Police's newest recruits in June 1984 were hoping to trot off in a bid to lower crime in the area.