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 ?
And Rochefort went away with one of those diabolical smiles which used formerly to make D'Artagnan shudder, but D'Artagnan could now see it without alarm, and smiling in his turn, with an expression of melancholy which the recollections called up by that smile could, perhaps, alone give to his countenance, he said:
We won't be the only ones to get away with one before the end of the season.
On every purchase of AED 200 across the mall, shoppers received a coupon to enter the raffle and potentially walk away with one kilogram of gold.
I hope that people go away with one lesson (on Wednesday) that they can put into practice that will change their life.
While changes in economy and technology take away with one hand, they give back with the other.
To get away with one coat, you need to apply the paint much more thickly, and that defeats the whole object.
But now, to the delight of many small business owners, what Congress has taken away with one hand the Internal Revenue Servie appearts to be giving back with the other.
Maybe the second one he has caught him and the letter of the law says he could have gone, but maybe Chris thought the first one was innocuous and maybe we have got away with one.
The trick is that to come away with one of the show's key titles, a company has to vie with more than 400 other exhibitors to get the attention of thousands of industry insiders, media members and fans.
The Pittsburgh Steelers knew they got away with one after their 7-6 victory over the New England Patriots in an AFC playoff game that sent them on to the conference championship game next Sunday against Kansas City or Denver.
British Open champion John Daly didn't get away with one horrible hole.