awayadverb

  • ja離れて
  • enabsent or gone from a place

Examples

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Everything is going to be fine.
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Dunder Mifflin will be in good hands while you're away in prison.
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He's a marine.
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- Oh, yeah? - He's a drone striker for the United States Marine Corp.
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Is he away a lot?
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- He is away a lot. - A lot.
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I've been away for a while, but I'm back.
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I'll take care of anything that comes up.
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You were away?
4.
Twenty four years. What a night.
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Tonight's kind of a big night.
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You know, all my kids are away and...
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Since most of the office is away at some boring software-training program,
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our girl group decided to shoot our music video.
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I gotta tell you, you seem less than excited to be here.
2.
Last time, it seemed like you were excited to be here.
3.
- What's up, Bassem? Talk to me. - Yeah, nothing.
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Although I see that while I was away, you picked some other guy to replace you.
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You know, look, we were away.
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- In a foreign, romantic country. - Right.
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I blame London.
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Bad London!
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But I bet you really missed Oliver.
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Yeah, yeah, they super missed me.
3.
Come on, Coop, let's go to my room.
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Super missed him, because he was..?
5.
Away all summer yachting around the world with his great aunt?
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I did 14 movies in 6 years, or something like that.
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It's a lot.
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It's a lot.
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I was away from home a lot.
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I was away from school.

Other meanings for away...

awayadverb

  • ja離れて
  • ento or at a distance from somebody/something in space or time
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This is really our house?
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It's been in the family for a while.
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- It's so quiet. - Better be.
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Nearest neighbors are over a mile away.
5.
Only a mile?
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All right.
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Caleb was in 'Lion King' on Broadway.
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Up to how many miles away can a lion's roar be heard?
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I'm going to say 2 miles.
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How far away is the sun?
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Ninety-three million miles.
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I'm sorry, but there's been a police emergency.
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There's a bomb.
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Not here. Far away, but they still need us.

awayadverb

  • ja離れて、向こう
  • ento a different place or in a different direction
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Oh, hey, Ross, Ross, Ross.
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You wanna stay away from that guy, and that guy, and that one.
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Dude, they're all huge.
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NYPD! NYPD!
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Split up! Cover the exits!
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- Freeze! - Captain! Captain!
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He's not getting away!
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He took my dog!
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What's not to like?
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But you need to access your uncrazy side.
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Otherwise, maybe this thing has run its course.
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Don't you dare walk away from me, Darryl Philbin.
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- You are the most selfish person I've ever met in my entire — - Slow it down.
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Think it over.
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- Oh, Rach, I think you look cute. - Thank you.
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And you, huh! You...
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You, I could eat with a spoon.
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Get away from me. I said no.
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I wanna see the police report for Richie Fife.
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Can someone deal with this?
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I'm not going away.
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Back my bid for buying Utter's property, and I will drop any counteraction against the whore.
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I'm moving us from the center of town, away from danger.
3.
I ain't running from him, Sol.
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Say whatever you want about me.
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I am out of here.
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Hey, that's no fun. Come on.
4.
You're just gonna walk away?
5.
What does it look like I'm doing?