Interested in Language
Please, dear teachers and friends...
Could you shed some light on this?
What's the usage of 'walk off'?
A native used it meaning someone should forget the pain and go on, something like that.
A dictionary difines 'walk off with' (an idiom) as
To win easily or unexpectedly. 4. To steal.
What's the difference between 'walk it off' and 'walk off with'?
You can also "walk off" your anger, by leaving the situation which has caused you to become angry, and concentrating on something else.
Or, if you've been on a strict diet, but really ate too much at lunch, you could say, "I am going to get on my treadmill and walk it off", meaning the calories.
I am not a teacher.