make off with | Vocabulary


Phrasal Verbs

This website page is about the phrasal verb make off with

Which means

If you make off with something, you escape with anything that you’ve got stolen or one thing you received by cheating people.

For case in point

  • make off with sth Bernie made off with all the revenue he’d stolen from traders, but he got caught and now he’s in jail.
  • make off with sth The chairman designed off with tens of millions of pounds he’d stolen from his company.

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