getaway ( getaways plural ) , get-away
1 n-count If someone makes a getaway, they leave a place quickly, especially after committing a crime or when trying to avoid someone.
usu sing, oft N n
They made their getaway along a pavement on a stolen motorcycle., ...the burglar's getaway car.
2 n-count A getaway is a short holiday somewhere.
Weekend tours are ideal for families who want a short getaway.
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break, break-out, decampment, escape, flight
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