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Dictionary of American idioms
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get away (from someone or something)

get away (from someone or something)
1. to escape from someone, something, or some place. •

Max did get away from the prison guard but was caught soon after.

Mary couldn't get away from the telephone all morning.

2. Go to away (from someone or something).

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