Translation: from spanish

walk out on

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  • walk-out — strike, 1888, from WALK (Cf. walk) + OUT (Cf. out). Phrase Walk out to leave is attested from 1840 …   Etymology dictionary

  • walk out on — (someone/something) to suddenly end your relationship with someone or something. She walked out on her husband and two children after 12 years of marriage. Why would anyone walk out on a seven year contract that includes a share of the profits? …   New idioms dictionary

  • walk out — index quit (evacuate), secede, strike (refuse to work) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • walk out — UK US walk out Phrasal Verb with walk({{}}/wɔːk/ verb [I or T] ► HR, WORKPLACE to refuse to continue working and leave your office, factory, etc. to show your employer that you are unhappy about something: »Workers are threatening to walk out… …   Financial and business terms

  • walk out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms walk out : present tense I/you/we/they walk out he/she/it walks out present participle walking out past tense walked out past participle walked out 1) to suddenly leave a person who needs you or a situation… …   English dictionary

  • Walk Out — Infobox Album | Name = Walk Out Type = Album Artist = Lady Saw Released = April 17, 2007 Recorded = 2007 Genre = Dancehall Reggae Label = VP Last album = Strip Tease (2004) This album = Walk Out (2007) Next album = ... Walk Out is the 2007 album… …   Wikipedia

  • walk out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you walk out of a meeting, a performance, or an unpleasant situation, you leave it suddenly, usually in order to show that you are angry or bored. [V P of n] Several dozen councillors walked out of the meeting in protest... [V… …   English dictionary

  • walk out — v. (D; intr.) to walk out on ( to leave ) (she walked out on her husband) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • walk out — 1) go on strike More than half of the workers at the factory decided to walk out on strike this morning. 2) leave suddenly Three people walked out of the meeting yesterday …   Idioms and examples

  • walk out — 1. to leave an event before it is finished. It was such a bad movie that I felt like walking out in the first fifteen minutes. 2. to refuse to work because of a disagreement with your employer. Airline pilots are threatening to walk out next week …   New idioms dictionary

  • Walk out — Der Walk out ist ein Begriff aus der Verhandlungstechnik und bedeutet das überraschende Verlassen einer Verhandlungsdiskussion oder auch den Abbruch eines Telefonats oder einer digitalen Kommunikation. Er kann verhandlungstechnisch zwei Gründe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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