win away

win someone away (from someone or something)

to convince someone to dissociate from someone or something. We were not able to win Christine away from her strange ideas. We tried to win her away but failed.
See also: away, win
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I foresaw that that light-complexioned girl would win away all the love from Corinne and make her miserable.
Dubai: Al Ain coach Zlatko Dalic told fans to forget about Asamoah Gyan after Emmanuel Emenike netted twice in a 2-0 win away to Al Wasl in the Arabian Gulf League (AGL) on Sunday.
Ajax were cruising to a 2-0 win away to Rapid Vienna but a second-half comeback from the Austrians leaves the tie on a knife edge.
Rock Ferry Social kept up their chase for the title with goals from Atkinson, Jones, Lea and Neish in a 4-2 win away to Stirrup Sports & Social.
St Matthews kept on their tails with a 2-1 win away to Cumann Spoirt an Phobail, who drop to fourth.
But that is nothing compared to their record run without a win away.
Hughton said: "I think every win away from home is a big win, particularly for us, given we have found it more difficult away from home.
South Bank continued their fine start with a 2-0 win away to Thornaby Aerodrome Club.
GATESHEAD are just one win away from the FA Youth Conference Alliance League title after hammering Stalybridge Celtic 8-0.
I wasn't aware of that stat so I guess it's time we started to win away series.
A SIX-HIT: Carl Froch is one win away from glory A SIX-HIT:Carl Froch is one win away from glory
I think we will need to win away, but that away record is shared by a number of clubs," said Hodgson.
The Molineux side failed to win away in the top flight in 2003-04 and it is 13-8 with Bet365 that any Premier League team suffers the same fate this season.
Some day we will win away from home, but nobody has discussed that at all.
Summary: Manager Roy Hodgson wants his team to play positively and win away despite leading 2-1 in their Europa League tie against Wolfsburg.