Get-away Definition

adjective

Alternative spelling of getaway.

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verb
(literally) To move away (from).
Get away from the edge of the cliff!
Get away from me!
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(with from when used with an object) To avoid capture; to escape (from).

Surround the bank! Don't let the robber get away!
I almost caught the critter, but it got away from me.
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(with to when used with an object) To take a break from one's present circumstances; to journey (to), especially on holiday.
This place is really getting me down. I need to get away for a while.
Next weekend we're hoping to get away to the seaside.
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To start moving; to depart.
The train got away exactly on time.
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To slip from one's control.
I can't cope any more. Things are getting away from me.
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interjection
Expressing disbelief.
You bought that for twenty pounds? Get away!
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Sarcastically express disbelief, often to indicate that another's statement was obvious.
The surface of the sun is very hot.
Get away.
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