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going away

US In ​sports, if a ​team or ​personwins a ​competition going away, they ​win it by a lot of ​points, ​goals, etc.: They ​seemed to ​score at will in the ​finalperiod and the Knicks ​won going away.
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Translations of “going away”
in Chinese (Simplified) (体育比赛中)大获全胜…
in Chinese (Traditional) (體育比賽中)大獲全勝…
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