Hello, here is this sentence:
Are you challenging me to a walk-off?
What does walk-off mean in this sentence?
Thanks a lot.
I think this is a relatively recent addition to the language. It basically means a competition.
Originally Posted by Encolpius
In America, they have competitions to see, for example, who can eat the most hamburgers in a certain length of time. This would be called an "eat-off".
So I assume in your sentence the speaker is asking if the other person is challenging them to a competition or a race in which they will both be walking.
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