Definitions for walk away from

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word walk away from


  1. walk away from(Verb)

    To abandon or leave; to shun.

  2. walk away from(Verb)

    To escape (a mishap, accident, etc.) with minimal or no injury.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Aaron David Miller:

    She can't walk away from this even if she wants to.

  2. Kenneth Miller:

    It's just not in their DNA to walk away from market share.

  3. Kenneth Miller:

    It’s just not in their DNA to walk away from market share.

  4. Charles Monroe Schultz:

    No problem is so formidable that you can't walk away from it.

  5. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder:

    I want to solve this problem, i don't want to walk away from it.


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