trot off

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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 ?
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.
The intelligent little animals, relieved from our stupid supervision, trot off with their noses to the ground, like hounds on the scent.
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.
Turnbulls Butchers in Alnwick is inviting customers to bag a haggis for Burns Night or trot off with a takeaway for the Chinese New Year.
Several yellow drive-bys later, we trot off with this one truth: Not even a stroller and a wet infant can take the monster out of three black dudes on a corner.
Punters travelling by train to18 race days there this year, excluding June 28, can trot off with half price admission as part of Go Racing.
IT'S taken donkey years to reach the top, but Irish-born Carl's hoping his stubborn streak will help him trot off with a top award tomorrow.