To hide or smuggle something out; abduct.
The famous actress was spirited away by her bodyguards as soon as she emerged from the door.
To arrange the sails of a ship so that the wind blows from behind.
The captain ordered the crew to square away and sail before the wind.
To put right for use or action. Often used in the passive or participle.
The living room was squared away for the guests.
Harry got into trouble, but his scoutmaster talked with him and got him squared away.
To stand ready to fight; put up your fists.
Jack and Lee squared away.
Looked after properly; tucked away; arranged.
My first two daughters are happily married, but my third one, Jennifer, isn't squared away yet.
To pack or store away.
After New Year's Day the Christmas decorations were stowed away until another season.
To hide on a ship or another kind of transportation to get a free ride.
John ran away from home and stowed away on a freighter going to Jamaica.
take it away
You're on; it's your turn; you're next.
And here comes that wonderful comedian, Bob Hope. The announcer said, "Take it away. Bob."
take one's breath away
To surprise greatly; impress very much; leave speechless with surprise or wonder or delight; astonish.
Устроить большой сюрприз; сильно удивить; поразить.
The sunset is so beautiful it takes our breath away.
His refusal was so unexpected it took my breath away.
You can take my breath away.
Ты можешь меня поразить.
tear oneself away
To force oneself to leave; leave reluctantly.
The beaches in Hawaii are so lovely that I had to tear myself away from them in order to get back to my job in Chicago.
To get rid of as unwanted or not needed; to discard, to dispose of.
Before they moved they threw away everything they didn't want to take with them.
I never save those coupons; I just throw them away.
I generally throw away my clothes when I wear them out.
Don't throw the magazines away; I haven't read them yet.
The senator criticized the government for throwing away billions on the space program.
To fail to make use of.
She threw away a good chance for a better job.