Have you finished with the cookies?
Shall I take them away?
You may take away.
By cutting pensions, the government is taking money away from those who need it most.
Joe took the medicine, then drank some orange juice to take the taste away.
If something takes you away from a place or activity, it stops you from being in that place or doing that activity
My Dad's job took him away from home a lot, and he was hardly ever there
while we were growing up.
All this paperwork is taking teachers away from what they should be doing
- teaching the children.
I was not a very successful student, but thing I did take away
from my time at university was a great love of English literature.
When a relationship breaks up, think about what you have learned
about yourself, and take this away with you.
They won more easily because there weren't many other competitors,
but that shouldn't take away from their achievement.
Being a film critic does somehow take away from the enjoyment of going to the movies.
The victim was an innocent man.
No explanation by his killers can take away from that fact.
He took away the key.
Do take away the garbage!
Please don't take your hand away, it makes me think that you don't like me.
I'd like to take you away for a holiday, but I don't know when we shall be able to afford it.
I had to take away matches and a knife from that child.
It is easy to take away five from seven.
Severe obesity can increase the risk of heart disease and take away your life.
The billboards have taken away the scenery.
“not to be taken away”
She wants to take a child away from school.
What takes you away so soon?
They took away his post and pension.
That's cheating! It's going to take away your reputation.
He was given some pills to take away the pain.
The nurse gave him something to take away the pain.