[ hav ɪt ɐwˈe͡ɪ], [ hav ɪt ɐwˈeɪ], [ h_a_v ɪ_t ɐ_w_ˈeɪ]
Semantically related words: make it away, take it away with you, steal it away, take it away from me
Semantically related words: get rid of it, get it away from me, get yourself out of here
Semantically related questions:
Synonyms for Have it away:
- bang .
- bed .
- bonk .
- fuck .
Other relevant words:
- eff .
How to use "Have it away" in context?
When a person says they "have it away" what they really mean is that they are taking their belongings with them. Whether it is a suitcase, a cooler, or a car packed with their belongings, this phrase is often used to describe someone who is ready to leave. It is often used when someone wants to hurry up and leave in order to avoid someone or something that may be causing them anxiety.
"Have it away" has been in use for centuries and is most likely derived from the phrase "have a care away".
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