Away

  • 21away — I. adverb Date: before 12th century 1. on the way ; along < get away early > 2. from this or that place < go away > 3. a. in a secure place or manner < locked away > …

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  • 22Away We Go — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Away We Go – Auf nach Irgendwo Originaltitel Away We Go …

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  • 23away — 1. adverb /əˈweɪ/ a) From a place, hence. He went away on vacation b) Aside; off; in another direction. Youve got questions? Ask away!&LT;! Anchors away! Syn: at bay, off 2 …

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  • 24away — This frequently used adverb has many meanings, all acceptable in standard English: hence, far, aside. As an adjective, away means absent, gone, distant. Away is colloquial when used to mean without delay, immediately, as in All right, sing away&#8230; …

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  • 25away — Synonyms and related words: a rebours, a reculons, absconded, absent, afar, against the grain, aloof, anticlockwise, apart, arear, aside, ass backwards, astern, asunder, at a distance, at once, back, backward, backwards, counterclockwise, deleted …

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  • 26away — adv. away from (he is away from home) * * * [ə weɪ] away from (he is away from home) …

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  • 27away — /ə weɪ/ adverb not here, somewhere else ● The managing director is away on business. ● My secretary is away sick. ● The company is moving away from its down market image. ♦ the bid is away from the market US the bid is lower than the quoted&#8230; …

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  • 28away — 1. mod. out (in baseball). □ Jim put the last one away, and that is three outs retiring the side. □ There’s one away and two men left on base. 2. mod. in prison. (Underworld.) □ My cousin is away for a year. □ …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 29Away We a Go-Go — Infobox Album | Name = Away We A Go Go Type = Album Artist = Smokey Robinson the Miracles Released = November 1966 Recorded = Genre = Soul Length = Label = Tamla TS 271 Producer = Smokey Robinson Mickey Gentile Frank Wilson Brian Holland Lamont&#8230; …

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  • 30away —   Aku, ē, ma kahi ē, lilo.    ♦ Go away! Hele ma kahi ē! Hele pēlā!    ♦ Six miles away, eono mile ke ka awale.    ♦ Away down, i lalo lilo …

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  • 31away — [OE] Away was formed in the late Old English period by conflating the phrase on weg, literally ‘on way’, that is, ‘on one’s way, departing’. This soon became reduced to aweg, hence away. =&GT; WAY …

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  • 32away — [OE] Away was formed in the late Old English period by conflating the phrase on weg, literally ‘on way’, that is, ‘on one’s way, departing’. This soon became reduced to aweg, hence away. Cf.⇒ WAY …

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  • 33Away — A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., the bid is 98 10 away from me . The New York Times Financial Glossary …

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  • 34away — A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., the bid is 98 10 away from me …

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  • 35away — adj. Away is used with these nouns: ↑fan, ↑fixture, ↑game, ↑ground, ↑match, ↑side, ↑team, ↑trip, ↑win …

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  • 36away — Cumbrian Dictionary (phrase. a way) come on, hurry up. e.g. Away, wiz ready ter gan. = Come on, we are ready to leave …

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  • 37away — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adv. absent, elsewhere, far off, gone. See distance, absence. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Removed] Syn. absent, not present, gone, distant, at a distance, not here, elsewhere, far afield, at arm s length …

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  • 38away —    1. obsolete    dead    With an implication of a temporary parting, perhaps:     Rachel moumynge for hir children and wolde not be comforted, because they were awaye. (Coverdale Bible, Jeremiah, 31: 15 the Authorized Version says because they&#8230; …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 39away — adverb 1》 to or at a distance.     ↘at a specified future distance in time. 2》 towards a lower level. 3》 into an appropriate place for storage or safe keeping. 4》 towards or into non existence. 5》 constantly, persistently, or continuously. 6》 (of …

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  • 40away — adv 1. from this place, off, abroad, absent, gone, from home, not at home, not present. 2. far, apart, at a distance, remote. 3. aside, in another direction, from contact. 4. out of possession, out of notice, out of use, out of existence, to an&#8230; …

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