get away (with)

get away (with)
Definition: to avoid criticism or punishment for something you should have been criticised or punished for.
E.g.1: My father was so lucky last night, he got away with speeding after he was stopped by the police because luckily the policeman happened to be a personal friend of his. E.g. 2: The police have installed cameras over the junction to catch motorists who try to get away with going through the red light.
*This verb can not be separated.

There are no comments

Your email address will not be published.

Please enter an e-mail address