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get away from it all Informal

Meaning: If you get away from it all, you go somewhere to escape from your usual daily routine.

For example:

  • Jerry looks stressed out. I think he needs to get away from it all for a while.

  • We haven't had a holiday for months and we really need to get away from it all.

Quick Quiz:

Henry wanted to get away from it all, so he
  1. stole some money
  2. bought some vegetables
  3. booked a flight to Mexico

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