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See also: walkaway
- Used other than as an idiom: see walk, away.
- I took one last look at the house and walked away.
- (idiomatic) To withdraw from a problematic situation.
- Company lawyers told him to walk away from the deal.
- To free oneself from a debt such as a mortgage by abandoning the collateral to the lender. To make a strategic default.
- (idiomatic) To survive a challenging or dangerous situation without harm.
- The football team walked away with a 1-0 victory.
- (idiomatic) To defeat someone or achieve something.