come away (third-person singular simple present comes away, present participle coming away, simple past came away, past participle come away)
- (intransitive, of two objects) To become separated from something.
- The cakes have started to come away from the pan.
- (intransitive) To distance oneself (from).
- He goes to the park to come away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
- To leave a place or cease an activity with a particular mood, knowledge, or provision supplied.
- 2002, Linda L. Edwards, J. Stanley Edwards, Introduction to Paralegal Studies and the Law: A Practical Approach, preface:
- Students who read this text should come away with a clear idea of many of the tasks they will be expected to perform as paralegals.