away with (someone or something)

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away with (someone or something)

Go away! Away with you—you're bothering me!
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away with something

used as an exhortation to overcome or be rid of something.
See also: away, something
References in classic literature ?
Men who had finished the evening meal and who had planned to go uptown to talk the eve- ning away with other men at the back of some store changed their minds.
Jose Mourinho's side led the table by nine points last month and seemed set to run away with the Premier League.
Bruce, furious at four successive away defeats, believes his Jekyll-and-Hyde side should learn from the way his former side United put out a weakened team in the Champions League at Wolfsburg and still came away with an impressive 3-1 victory.
The Bluebirds are running into form, but it is worrying that they played well enough at West Brom and Birmingham to have collected points and came away with nothing.
But what I hope you really walk away with is a sense that you have in your hands the ability to make a difference.
As my son is nearly 18 he doesn't come away with us any more so I'm now the only man left with four women!
From the Middle Ages to the mid-19th century, "European women also gave their children away with no more--it seems to me even less--reason" than Taiwanese did, Wolf holds.