Go Away

How to Conjugate Go Away

  • Infinitive: Go Away
  • Present Tense: Go Away/ Goes Away
  • -ing Form: Going Away
  • Past Tense: Went Away
  • Past Participle: Gone Away
Go Away is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Go Away:

1. To move or travel from one place to another place.

Examples: Sunny went away to college.
We are going away to our cabin in the woods this weekend.

2. To leave a person alone.

Examples: Please stop bothering me and go away!
Jesse felt sad after the older kids told her to go away.

3. When something no longer exists or is noticeable.

Examples: My fever went away after I took a cold bath.
The rash on my arm is going away on its own.

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