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.
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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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"You don't expect that but by the same token you don't go away with somebody that isn't your husband and sunbathe topless."
She called me this morning and I told her I couldn't believe that she thought she could go away with somebody like him and get away with it.
He said: "I told her I couldn't believe that she thought she could go away with somebody like him and get away with it.
"Okay you don't expect somebody to crawl through the bushes to take photographs of you topless while your financial advisor is sucking your toes," (https://www.ibtimes.com/sarah-fergusons-royal-family-scandal-revisited-ahead-harrys-wedding-2677417) Dickie Arbiter told ITV's "The Royal Wives of Windsor." "You don't expect that but by the same token you don't go away with somebody that isn't your husband and sunbathe topless."
"Okay you don't expect somebody to crawl through the bushes to take photographs of you topless while your financial advisor is sucking your toes," Arbiter told ITV's "The Royal Wives of Windsor." "You don't expect that but by the same token you don't go away with somebody that isn't your husband and sunbathe topless."