Phrasal Verbs with 'Walk'

Walk away from

Leave something you don't like

Example:You can't just WALK AWAY FROM your problems.

Walk away with

Win easily

Example:She WALKED AWAY WITH the first prize.

Walk back from

Retract a statement

Example:They declined to WALK BACK FROM their comments despite the controversy.

Walk in on

Enter somewhere unexpectedly and see something

Example:He WALKED IN ON them planning to sack him.

Walk into

Get work without effort

Example:He WALKED INTO a great job straight after university.

Walk into

Be unaware of the presence of something and either enter it (a trap) or bump into it (an obstruction)

Example:You WALKED INTO that one [You became victim to a trap I set] or I WALKED INTO a door and broke my nose.

Walk off

Go for a walk to reduce the effects of an illness or bad feeling

Example:I tried to WALK OFF my hangover.

Walk off with

Win easily

Example:He WALKED OFF WITH the award.

Walk off with

Take something without permission or steal

Example:Someone WALKED OFF WITH my umbrella so I got soaked.

Walk on

Continue walking

Example:I saw the accident but just WALKED ON as I didn't want to have to give a statement.

Walk out

Leave work because of a dispute with the management

Example:The workers WALKED OUT because the felt that safety wasn't being handled correctly.

Walk out

Leave a place angrily or because you are not satisfied

Example:The film was a bore so I WALKED OUT halfway through.

Walk out on

Leave somebody angrily

Example:He WALKED OUT ON his wife last year.

Walk through

Explain or demonstrate something carefully to someone

Example:He WALKED me THROUGH the procedures.

Walk up

Go to someone

Example:A man WALKED UP and asked me the time.