get away

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English - Turkish

Ben sadece kaçmak zorunda kaldım. - I just had to get away.

Sami kaçmak istiyordu. - Sami wanted to get away.

yakasını kurtarmak
kirişi kırmak

Hafta sonu için çıkmak istiyorum. - I want to get away for the weekend.


Bu yerden kurtulmak zorundayım. - I have to get away from this place.

Koşuşturmadan kurtulmak istiyorum. - I want to get away from the rat race.

get away with
yanına kar kalmak
get away with
bedelini ödememek
get away with
get away with
cezasını görmemek
get away with
çalıntıyla birlikte kaçmak
get away with
çalıp kaçmak
get away of
uzaklıkta olsun
get away with
Paçayı kurtarmak
get away with it
Paçayı kurtarmak
get away with murder
uzağa cinayet olsun
get away with something
Paçayı sıyırmak, yırtmak
get away with you
Get away (with you)!: Boş versene sen! Sen onu külahıma anlat! Hadi canım sen de! Bırak palavrayı!
get away from it all
(deyim) kafasını dinlemek
get away with

Sen bununla kaçmayacaksın. - You're not going to get away with this.

Bununla çıkmana izin vermeyeceğim. - I'm not going to let you get away with this.

get away with
(s.t.) k.dili. (yapılan iş) yanına kâr kalmak: He's gotten away with it. Yaptığı yanına kâr kaldı. I won't let him get away with this
get away with
(deyim) get away with sth. pacayi kurtarmak
get away with it
ettiği yanına kar kalmak
get away with murder
{k} bir kötülüğün cezasını çekmemek
get carried away
kendini kaptırmak
get carried away
get carried away
get carried away
aşka gelmek

Tom temiz bir firar yaptı. - Tom made a clean getaway.

Firar arabası son model beyaz sedandı. - The getaway car was late model white sedan.


Sami kaçış sürücüsü olacak. - Sami will be the getaway driver.

Get away with
(deyim) yanına kalmak

He got away with what he had done.

do away with, get rid of
uzaklıkta olan, do kurtulmak
get carried away
Kendini kaptırmak, kapılıp gitmek; heyecanlanıp aşırıya kaçmak
get clear away
kaldırmak olsun
go away, go away!, get out of here!
bitti artık gitme!, buradan olsun!
to get away
get carried away
hayretler içinde kalmak
get carried away
kendinden geçmek
get carried away
kontrolünü kaybetmek
get carried away
duygularına kapılmak
get one's end away
(Argo) becermek (cinsel anlamda)
get one's end away
(Argo) birisini götürmek
English - English
To start moving; to depart

The train got away exactly on time.

To slip from one's control

I can't cope any more. Things are getting away from me.

(with to when used with an object) To take a break from one's present circumstances; to journey (to), especially on holiday

Next weekend we're hoping to get away to the seaside.

To move away (from)

Get away from me!.

Expressing disbelief

You bought that for twenty pounds? Get away!.

Sarcastically express disbelief, often to indicate that another's statement was obvious

Get away.

(with from when used with an object) To avoid capture; to escape (from)

I almost caught the critter, but it got away from me.

If you get away, you go away for a period of time in order to have a holiday. He is too busy to get away
When someone or something gets away, or when you get them away, they escape. Dr Dunn was apparently trying to get away when he was shot I wanted to get her away to somewhere safe
remove oneself from a familiar environment, usually for pleasure or diversion; "We escaped to our summer house for a few days"; "The president of the company never manages to get away during the summer"
run away from confinement; "The convicted murderer escaped from a high security prison"
escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action; "She gets away with murder!"; "I couldn't get out from under these responsibilities"
escape, flee, break free; leave, depart
If you get away, you succeed in leaving a place or a person's company. She'd gladly have gone anywhere to get away from the cottage I wanted a divorce. I wanted to get away. = escape
bust someone out
get away with
To do something which is prohibited, forbidden or generally not allowed, and not be punished for the action

Our teacher’s so strict, he'd never let us get away with anything in class.

get away with
To avoid doing something, or to avoid the consequences of not doing something

He thought he could get away with not doing any work..

get away with murder
To do something bad or illegal and not be punished

2005:He said I found out about everything he did and said, 'I can't get away with nothing, and Jim can get away with murder.' I don't think that I let any of my kids get away with murder, and I don't think any one of them ever did much serious mischief. — (Can we this quote?) James M. Hill, Sr., I Have Been Blessed!: Hard Work and Happiness, Aforesight Press, ISBN 0977485994, page 205:.

get away from it all
Go on a holiday: "We want to get away from it all this summer and go and relax somewhere."
get away with
If you get away with doing something wrong or risky, you do not suffer any punishment or other bad consequences because of it. The criminals know how to play the system and get away with it
get away with murder
(Slang) not receiving a punishment for doing something against the law
get carried away
To become excessively involved, to take something too far

It was nice of him to write a poem for his new girlfriend, but shooting a full-length film is getting carried away.

get one's end away
To have sex
A means of escape
The effecting of an escape
Pertaining to an escape, as in a vehicle or plans

They'd been discussing their getaway plans for weeks.

{i} escape, flight, fleeing
{s} used as a means of escape; used as a place of relaxation, used as a retreat
the attribute of being capable of rapid acceleration; "his car has a lot of pickup"
a rapid escape (as by criminals); "the thieves made a clean getaway"; "after the expose he had to take it on the lam"
A getaway is a short holiday somewhere. Weekend tours are ideal for families who want a short getaway. = break
a rapid escape (as by criminals); "the thieves made a clean getaway"; "after the expose he had to take it on the lam
If someone makes a getaway, they leave a place quickly, especially after committing a crime or when trying to avoid someone. They made their getaway along a pavement on a stolen motorcycle. the burglar's getaway car
A vacation or holiday or the destination for one
let's not get carried away
not get overly excited, not get overly enthusiastic
get away


    get a·way

    Turkish pronunciation

    get ıwey


    /ˈget əˈwā/ /ˈɡɛt əˈweɪ/


    [ 'get, ÷'git ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old Norse geta to get, beget; akin to Old English bigietan to beget, Latin prehendere to seize, grasp, Greek chandanein to hold, contain.

    Common Collocations

    get away with, get away from


    ... get away for a day or two, they bring their Blackberry along. ...

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