Meaning of AWAY in English
adv., adj., & n.
1. to or at a distance from the place, person, or thing in question (go away; give away; look away; they are away; 5 miles away).
2 towards or into non-existence (sounds die away; explain it away; idled their time away).
3 constantly, persistently, continuously (work away; laugh away).
4 without delay (ask away).
--adj. Sport played on an opponent's ground etc. (away match; away win).
--n. Sport an away match or win.
Phrases and idioms:
away with (as imper.) take away; let us be rid of.
Etymology: OE onweg, aweg on one's way f. A(2) + WAY
Oxford English vocab. Оксфордский английский словарь. 2012