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English definition of “come away (with something)”

come away (with something)

verb phrasal verb with come  /kʌm/ ( past tense came  /keɪm/, past participle come) us  
to leave a place or situation with the stated feeling, idea, condition, etc.: I recently spent about 90 minutes shopping on the Internet, and I came away empty-handed. Some 39 percent said they came away with a more favorable view of the candidate.
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