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Translation of "away" - English-Spanish dictionary

away

adverb   /əˈweɪ/
A2 to a different place a otro sitio Go away and leave me alone. We moved away from the city.
A2 at a particular distance from a place a una distancia de The nearest town is ten miles away.
A2 not at the place where someone usually lives or works fuera Sophie is feeding the cat while we’re away.
B1 at a particular time in the future de aquí en My exam is only a week away.
B1 in or into the usual or a suitable place, especially one that can be closed en su sitio Please put your toys away.
gradually disappearing until mostly or completely gone por completo All the snow has melted away.
(Definition of away from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

away

adverb /əˈwei/
to or at a distance from the person speaking or the person or thing spoken about a; lejos He lives three miles away (from the town) Go away! Take it away!
in the opposite direction hacia el otro lado, para otra parte She turned away so that he would not see her tears.
(gradually) into nothing por completo The noise died away.
continuously sin pausa They worked away until dark.
(of a football match etc) not on the home ground fuera, en otro sitio The team is playing away this weekend (also adjective) an away match.
(Definition of away from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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