If you go away, you leave a place or a person's company .
a game played at an opponent's ground
a goal scored by a team playing away from its home ground . Away goals count for more than home goals in certain competitions
In sport, a side is a team.
a team playing away from its home ground.
a game won at an opponent's ground
a command for a person to go or be removed
If you back away from a commitment that you made or something that you were involved with in the past, you try to show that you are no longer committed to it or involved with it.
If you say that you are blown away by something, or if it blows you away, you mean that you are very impressed by it.
When you boil away a liquid, or when it boils away, it is boiled until all of it changes into steam or vapour .
to become detached
If a sound dies away, it gradually becomes weaker or fainter and finally disappears completely.
to move away or ahead
If land or ground drops away, it slopes down so that it is at a lower level to where you are or from a particular point that has been mentioned .
If one thing eats away another or eats away at another, it gradually destroys or uses it up.
If something falls away from the thing it is attached to, it breaks off.
If you file away a document, you put it in the correct file.
to cause a vessel's sails to fill, either by steering it off the wind or by bracing the yards
If someone wants to say or ask something, you can say ' fire away ' as a way of showing that you are ready for them to speak.
to spend foolishly, as time or money ; squander
from a part of Canada other than Newfoundland
to squander or lose in gambling
If you get away, you succeed in leaving a place or a person's company .
If you give away something that you own, you give it to someone, rather than selling it, often because you no longer want it.
If you idle away a period of time, you spend it doing very little.
to refrain or prevent from coming (near)
to store or reserve for future use
If you lock something away in a place or container, you put or hide it there and fasten the lock.
to depart in haste
If a crowd of people melts away, members of the crowd gradually leave until there is no-one left.
If you move away, you go and live in a different town or area of a country.
You can say that someone passed away to mean that they died, if you want to avoid using the word 'die' because you think it might upset or offend people.
to lose or waste as through carelessness or neglect ; squander
If you plug away, you keep trying very hard to do something or achieve something even though you find it difficult .
When a vehicle or driver pulls away, the vehicle starts moving forward .
If you put something away, you put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used, for example in a drawer .
When something rots away, it decays until it falls to pieces or none of it remains .
If you run away from a place, you leave it because you are unhappy there.
When a metal object rusts away, it is gradually weakened and destroyed by rust.
If someone salts away sums of money, they save the money for the future, often illegally.
to dispatch or banish
If you shut yourself away, you avoid going out and seeing other people, usually because you are feeling depressed .
If you sign something away, you sign official documents that mean that you no longer own it or have a right to it.
to save up
If someone stows away, they hide in a ship, aeroplane, or other vehicle in order to make a journey secretly or without paying.
When a person's voice tails away or tails off, it gradually becomes quieter and then silent .
If you take something away from someone, you remove it from them, so that they no longer possess it or have it with them.