get away from (something) = avoid (something)


  • Police officers say it is difficult to get away from the image of the police on television.
  • At school we want to get away from the idea that the teacher is there to test you all the time.
  • I tried to get away from the subject of diseases.
  • Churches try to get away from their old-fashioned image.
  • You can’t get away from your sister forever. Sooner or later you have to face her.
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