get away

get away
1) (leave) andare via, andarsene
2) (escape) fuggire, scappare
3) fig. (escape unpunished)

to get away with a crime — farla in barba alla giustizia

you'll never get away with it! — non la passerai liscia! non credere di farla franca!

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1) (to (be able to) leave: I usually get away (from the office) at four-thirty.) andarsene
2) (to escape: The thieves got away in a stolen car.) scappare, fuggire
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vi + adv
(depart) partire, (go on holiday) andar via

to get away (from) — (work, party) andarsene (da), (escape) liberarsi (da), scappare (da)

to get away from it all — andarsene lontano da tutto e da tutti

there's no getting away from it fam — non c'è niente da fare

* * *
1) (leave) andare via, andarsene
2) (escape) fuggire, scappare
3) fig. (escape unpunished)

to get away with a crime — farla in barba alla giustizia

you'll never get away with it! — non la passerai liscia! non credere di farla franca!


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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