To get away

getaway hen partyTo get away is a phrasal verb which means to escape, to break free or to leave. 

It can be used in the context of taking a trip or a holiday as well as the idea of escaping or fleeing something or somebody. 

For example, a lot of people get away at Christmas time to visit their relatives in different cities or different countries.  Indeed, I’m getting away during the festive season.

Getaway EscapeAnd, despite the fact that James Bond, 007, often gets caught by the baddies, he always manages to get away in order to save the plant and the girl!

By the way, getaway is a noun, which means a trip or a holiday.  For example, two weekends ago I went on an adventure getaway to Tarifa.

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