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get away

1 (v + adv) leave INTRANSITIVEimigh verb  c m uto get away from a place imeacht ó áit, áit a fhágáilif I can get away from the office má éiríonn liom imeacht ón oifigshe gets away from work at seven fágann sí an obair ar a seachtI couldn't get away any sooner ní fhéadfainn imeacht aon phioc ní ba luaithe, ní fhéadfainn bheith ar shiúl a dhath ní ba luaithe 2 (v + adv) take break INTRANSITIVEimigh verb  c m uimigh ar saoire VPare you getting away this year? an mbeidh sibh ag imeacht ar laethanta saoire i mbliana?you need to get away to the sun tá saoire ghréine uait
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3 (v + adv) escape INTRANSITIVEéalaigh verb  c m uto get away from sb éalú ó dhuinewatch her - she's trying to get away! coimhéad í - tá sí ag iarraidh éalú!, seachain í sin - tá sí ag iarraidh teitheadh!the thieves got away with the money chroch na gadaithe an t-airgead leo, d'ardaigh na gadaithe an t-airgead leo 4 (v + adv) move, remove
TRANSITIVEget her away! tabhair as m'amharc í!, tabhair amach as an mbealach í!, cuir amach as an gcosán í!I pushed him to get him away bhrúigh mé é le hé a choinneáil amach uaim, bhrúigh mé é chun é a chur uaimget away from the window! bog siar ón bhfuinneog!, imigh leat ón bhfuinneog!I got the knife away from him bhain mé an scian de, rug mé an scian uaidh
INTRANSITIVEget away from the window! bog siar ón bhfuinneog!, imigh leat ón bhfuinneog!
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