getaway definition

  • noun:
    • The act or an instance of escaping: made a fast getaway.
    • the commencement, since a race.
    • A place appropriate for a vacation.
    • The act or an example of escaping: made a fast getaway.
    • A means of escape.
    • The act or a case of escaping: made a quick getaway.
    • The act or an example of escaping: made an instant getaway.
    • The start, by a race.
    • The start, as of a race.
    • The start, as of a race.
    • The work or a case of escaping: made a quick getaway.
    • The effecting of a getaway.
    • somewhere befitting a holiday.
    • a location appropriate for a secondary.
    • a spot suitable for a secondary.
    • a holiday or holiday or even the location for example.
    • an easy method of escape.
    • A means of escape.
    • an easy method of escape.
    • the commencement, as of a race.
    • fast acceleration.
    • a spot suitable for a secondary.
    • The effecting of a getaway.
    • The effecting of a getaway.
    • an instant escape (as by criminals).
    • a way of escape.
    • A vacation or getaway or even the location for starters.
    • The effecting of an escape.
    • rapid speed.
    • A vacation or holiday or the destination for one.
    • an immediate escape (as by crooks).
    • a rapid escape (as by criminals)
    • rapid acceleration.
    • The effecting of a getaway.
    • the attribute of being effective at fast speed
    • an immediate escape (as by crooks).
    • a secondary or vacation or the destination for example.
    • quick speed.
    • an immediate escape (as by criminals)
    • an immediate escape (as by criminals).
    • the feature to be capable of fast speed
    • a rapid escape (as by criminals)
    • the characteristic of being effective at fast acceleration
    • a rapid escape (as by criminals)
    • the characteristic of being with the capacity of rapid speed
    • a secondary or holiday or perhaps the destination for example.
    • fast speed.
    • an instant escape (as by criminals).
    • an immediate escape (as by criminals)
    • the attribute to be capable of quick speed
    • The act or a case of escaping: made an instant getaway.
    • The act or an instance of escaping: made a quick getaway.
    • The act or an instance of escaping: made an instant getaway.
    • the beginning, since a race.
    • the commencement, since a race.
    • somewhere befitting a secondary.
    • The start, at the time of a race.
    • a spot right for a vacation.
    • a way of escape.
    • a location befitting a secondary.
    • The effecting of an escape.
    • A means of escape.
    • an easy method of escape.
    • The effecting of an escape.
    • The effecting of a getaway.
    • a secondary or getaway and/or destination for one.
    • a secondary or getaway and/or location for just one.
    • a holiday or vacation or the destination for example.
    • fast speed.
    • quick speed.
    • an instant escape (as by crooks).
    • rapid acceleration.
    • an instant escape (as by crooks).
    • an immediate escape (as by crooks).
    • an instant escape (as by crooks)
    • a rapid escape (as by crooks)
    • the feature of being capable of rapid speed
    • the attribute of being effective at fast acceleration
    • an immediate escape (as by criminals)
    • the attribute to be with the capacity of quick acceleration
  • adjective:
    • Pertaining to an escape, like in an automobile or plans.
    • with respect to a getaway, like in a vehicle or programs.
    • with respect to an escape, like in an automobile or programs.
    • regarding a getaway, as in an automobile or plans.
    • regarding a getaway, like in a car or programs.
    • with respect to a getaway, like in an automobile or plans.
    • regarding an escape, as in an automobile or programs.
    • related to an escape, as in a vehicle or programs.
  • verb:
    • try to escape from confinement
    • escape possibly unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden activity
    • remove oneself from a familiar environment, generally for pleasure or diversion
    • try to escape from confinement
    • escape possibly unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden action
    • run away from confinement
    • eliminate oneself from a familiar environment, often for satisfaction or diversion
    • escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden activity
    • eliminate oneself from a familiar environment, typically for satisfaction or diversion
    • hightail it from confinement
    • escape potentially unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden activity
    • remove oneself from a familiar environment, generally for enjoyment or diversion
    • hightail it from confinement
    • escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden activity
    • eliminate oneself from a familiar environment, frequently for satisfaction or diversion
    • hightail it from confinement
    • try to escape from confinement
    • escape possibly unpleasant consequences; pull off a forbidden activity
    • remove oneself from a familiar environment, usually for pleasure or diversion
    • escape potentially unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden action
    • remove oneself from a familiar environment, typically for pleasure or diversion
    • try to escape from confinement
    • escape possibly unpleasant effects; pull off a forbidden action
    • eliminate oneself from a familiar environment, often for enjoyment or diversion

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