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come away
verb + adverb

Translation of come away verb + adverb in Spanish:

  • 1 1.1 (leave, depart) See examples:to come away (from something)
    (from meeting/concert/stadium)
    I came away with the impression that …
    me quedé con la impresión de que …
    come away from there!
    ¡apártate de ahí!
    ¡no te acerques ahí!
    1.2
    (on vacation)
    irse
  • 2
    (become detached) (handle)
    salirse
    (button)
    caerse
    (wallpaper)
    despegarse
    the knob came away in my hand
    me quedé con la perilla en la mano
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