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Idioms

get away from it all

This page is about the idiom 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

a. stole some money

b. bought some vegetables

c. booked a flight to Mexico

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