come away with

come away with (one)

To travel with someone. Often used in the sense of a romantic getaway. Come away with me to the islands, my darling. You're always welcome to come away with me to my vacation home. I'd like to come back to a point you made earlier.
See also: away, come

come away with someone

to go away or travel away with someone. Come away with me for a ride in the country. Come away with me and we'll find a nice place to eat.
See also: away, come
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secured a bonus point, but Bath could have come away with nothing, having trailed for half an hour before the break and gifted the Titans two tries through errors.