Definitions for walk away
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word walk away
walk off, walk away(verb)
go away from
"The actor walked off before he got his cue"; "I got annoyed and just walked off"
To withdraw from a problematic situation.
To survive a challenging or dangerous situation without harm.
To defeat someone or achieve something.
"Walk Away" is a song by American singer and songwriter Kelly Clarkson, taken from her second studio album, Breakaway. It was written by Clarkson, Kara DioGuardi, Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk and produced by the latter three. The song talks about a relationship that is not working out and she wants a lover who will support her, not disappear when she needs him the most. It is a prominent pop rock song. It was released as the album's fifth and final single. The song received generally positive reviews from most music critics, who praised the song for being "an anthemic and classic pop-rock song" and commended Clarkson's attitude on the song. In March 2006, the single was certified gold by RIAA and has sold over 500,000 copies in all formats in the United States. As of February 2010, "Walk Away" has sold over 1.1 million digital copies in the U.S. A music video for the song was directed by Joseph Kahn, while Kelly wrote the treatment for the video. It was described as a fun video and it features many people singing the song in many places, while the video also shows Clarkson performing with her band. Clarkson performed the song on the Breakaway World Tour, My December Tour, 2 Worlds 2 Voices Tour, All I Ever Wanted Tour and in a medley on her most recent tour, the Stronger Tour.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Life doesn't walk away, we do.
She can't walk away from this even if she wants to.
It's just not in their DNA to walk away from market share.
It’s just not in their DNA to walk away from market share.
No problem is so formidable that you can't walk away from it.
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