‘zǒu’ (leave, go away): The basic invariant meaning of ‘zǒu’ is to ‘walk’ and ‘go away, leave’. Its extended meaning is ‘change or lose the original shape or state’. As a resultative complement, it indicates the resultative meaning of ‘away’. Examples of RVC formed by ‘zǒu’ are:
赶/撵/飞/开/刮 + 走
gǎn/niǎn/fēi/kāi/guā + zǒu
(drive/chase/fly/drive (a car)/blow away, etc.
nà shuāng xié chuān zǒu le yang/chàng zǒu le yīn/gǎnzǒu le qīnlüèzhě
(That pair of shoes has been worn out of shape/sang off-pitch/drove away the invaders)
 Loar, J. K. (2011). Chinese syntactic grammar: functional and conceptual principles. New York: Peter Lang.