play away from home

play away from home

To have sexual relations with someone who is not one's partner or spouse. Primarily heard in UK. With her frequent nights spent at "work," I can't help but feel that Janet has been playing away from home.
See also: away, home, play
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THREE-TIME Champions Cup winners Toulon were knocked off top spot in Pool Five and will have to play away from home in the quarter-finals after they failed to claim a wining bonus point at Bath and Wasps thrashed Leinster, writes Graham Woods.
For us, I think it is much better to play away from home but you have your fans here and of course if you play well, the fans are with you," Adrian said.
FORMER Ireland international Eamon Dunphy reckons Martin O'Neill should be sacked for claiming Norwich star Wes Hoolahan can't play away from home.
I think it might be better to play away from home at the moment because at least we know beforehand we are guaranteed to be booed because they want their home club to win.
We like to play away from home in the same way that we like to play at home.
I won't ever set the team up differently to go and play away from home," Edwards said.
Preece said: "We've worked really hard to get through to the semi-finals and now we've got to play away from home and on an artificial pitch.
It's very pleasing because it's always difficult to play away from home.
He said: "When we play away from home, the other team are playing in front of their fans urging them to go forward.
Naturally there is a high expectation when we are playing at home, and possibly the players are a little less inhibited when they play away from home.
It depends where you go but at some stadiums it is difficult to play away from home," he added.
It is interesting to play away from home now in a big game because we just played away from home (at Hamburg in the Champions League).
Brentford and Colchester, who both play away from home tomorrow, have two games in hand but Booth countered: "There's no reason why we can't get in the top two - we've just got to keep winning.
The game was typical of the Mustangs' play away from home.
Jay, 10, who lives in County Armagh, has dreamed of seeing Celtic play away from home and got a letter from Accies' chief Colin McGowan on Christmas morning.