To avoid punishment, blame, or criticism from others for doing something incorrect or bad.
- She was speeding in town and thought she could get away with it by talking nice to the cops.
- John took all the cookies and though he could get away with it.
by Weissdrache March 5, 2014
to go somewhere to have a holiday (vacation), often because you need to rest
I'm going to Croatia, I just need to get away for a few weeks!
by Anita_11 December 2, 2014
get away, usually used by scablettsuicdiee FROM BEBO "GET THE FUCK AWAY MECHIN" is a common sentance get a way. it is too leave, but not actuaL FUCK OFFF MECHIN
get a get a way way, just get away.
by scarlettsucucidide January 20, 2008
a phrase that describes liberties that someone takes because of their status, whether social, economic, looks, personality, etc.
Look at how she is working that poor sucker, she'll get away with murder.
by bumdharma July 16, 2010
legs, gams
used for walking
Have you seen Pam in that skirt.

Yeah, she's got some great get away sticks.
by optic_fuel November 17, 2007