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
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I heard that the family was told that their daughter, who wasn't even a teenager, had run away with someone.
However, the SHO instead of looking for the girl alleged that she had run away with someone.
He alleged that instead of filing a first information report (FIR) and trying to recover Farishta, the station house officer told them she must have run away with someone. He also accused the Shahzad Town police station's personnel of making him clean the station.
However, the SHO, instead of looking for the girl, alleged that she had run away with someone
However, the SHO instead of looking for the girl, alleged, she had run away with someone. Instead of registering the FIR, police officials had the police station cleaned, the FIR said.
She even talks about running away with someone fictitiously to skip her wedding.
The chance of getting his end away with someone he thought was a 21-year-old intern but who was in fact a journalist.
Dubai If you think you can walk away with someone else's bag at the Dubai International Airport, think again.
I went away with my guitarist Johnny, so it was nice to go away with someone else."
Police now suspect Amy possibly ran away with someone older.
But admit it, what's really bugging you is the fact that this fly guy has been having it away with someone older and fatter than you are.
The couple also admitted they feared their daughter may have been abducted but police said it was more likely Milly ran away with someone.
But a Surrey Police spokeswoman stressed all options were still open, "It could be abduction or she could have got into a car voluntarily and run away with someone."
POLICE investigating the disappearance of teenager Amanda Dowler said last night it was more likely she had run away with someone than been abducted.
Fifty-three per cent of the 2,000 people surveyed said they fantasised about going away with someone other than their partner.