Get Away

How to Conjugate Get Away

  • Infinitive: Get Away
  • Present Tense: Get Away/ Gets Away
  • -ing Form: Getting Away
  • Past Tense: Got Away
  • Past Participle: Got/Gotten Away
Get Away is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Get Away:

1. To escape from something.
[Part Adj.] {Getaway} Describes what assisted in the escape.

Examples: The robbers had gotten away from the police when they crossed the international border.
The getaway driver has not been identified.

2. To go on vacation.
[Noun] {Getaway} Refers to a vacation.

Examples: Let’s get away for the weekend.
I love that my parents still go on romantic getaways after 50 years of marriage.

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