walk out

walk out
фраз. гл.
1) отказаться участвовать (в чём-л.)
2) бастовать

The electricians have walked out, and will stay out until their demands are met. — Электрики объявили забастовку и не прекратят её до тех пор, пока их требования не будут удовлетворены.

3) уст. ухаживать, "гулять" (с кем-л.)

The footman and the cook have been walking out for several months now. — Сапожник уже несколько месяцев ухаживает за кухаркой.

4) (walk out on) покидать, оставлять, бросать (кого-л.)

You can't walk out on your family at a time like this. — В такой момент ты не можешь оставить семью.

5) (walk out on) отказываться от (обязанностей)

You can't walk out on the contract, or you could be taken to court. — Вы не можете разорвать контракт, в противном случае вы будете привлечены к суду.

Англо-русский современный словарь. 2014.

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