go away with (someone)

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go away with (someone)

1. To depart with someone. You know, I haven't seen Maggie since she went away with her friends—maybe they're outside.
2. To take a vacation with someone. I'm going away with my whole family for a week—here's hoping I make it back with my sanity! I'm actually going away with my boyfriend next weekend, but I'm free the weekend after that.
See also: away, go

go away with someone or something

 
1. to leave in the company of someone or something. I saw him go away with Margie. She went away with the others.
2. to take someone or a group away with one. He went away with the baby in his arms.
See also: away, go
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She said: "I'd go away with one of my uncles with my wee packed lunch and I just loved it.
"It would mean a lot to come here and go away with one or two medals more for the collection."
The celebrities would go out there, but we other girls left through the front entrance unless we had been chosen to go away with one of them."
Because Roger said, "I'm gonna say a number of things and I only want you to go away with one message: I think this is a good idea.
"America's problems won't go away with one party's victory or one party's defeat," he told the South Shore Chamber of Commerce recently.
Fellow Newmarket trainer Charlie McBride also has a good record at the track but he was slightly disappointed to only go away with one winner, having hoped for a double.
Blair has a habit of letting people go away with one impression while having an entirely different agenda of his own.
He said: ''Personally, I feel very disappointed - I came here with hopes we should win a couple of seats at least - but the electorate has spoken and we go away with one less seat than we started with.