get away with you

get away with (someone or something)

1. To do something and escape its consequences. You'll never get away with cheating—one of your teachers is bound to figure it out.
2. To leave or flee with someone or something. The robbers got away with the TV but not much else.
See also: away, get

get away with you

A response to a foolish or surprising remark. Oh, get away with you—you know that's a ridiculous claim to make!
See also: away, get

get away with you!

used to express scepticism.
See also: away, get