walk out with
walk out with (someone or something)
1. To accompany or escort someone or some group out (of some place). It was so embarrassing the way they made us walk out with security after they fired us, as if we'd steal something as we left the building. I'll walk out with you so we can continue discussing this project.
2. To leave (some place) carrying something that one has either bought or stolen. He distracted the owner while Beth and I walked out with a bunch of merchandise. I went into the store to buy some headphones, and I ended up walking out with a brand-new 4K TV.
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walk out with someone
to exit something or some place with someone on foot. After the play, Jane and I walked out together and had a nice talk. We walked out with Mr. Wilson, who had sat next to us during the show.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- walk out with (someone or something)
- walk with
- walk with (someone or something)
- usher (someone or something) from (something or some place)
- usher (someone or something) to (something or some place)
- usher to
- see to some place
- usher (someone or something) into (something or some place)
- accompany on a journey