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|I/you/we/they||get away from|
|he/she/it||gets away from|
|present participle||getting away from|
|past tense||got away from|
|past participle||got away from|
We want to get away from this idea that in a divorce one partner has to be blamed.
I think we're getting away from the point.
Get away from there! It's hot!
This is the British English definition of get away from. View American English definition of get away from.
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