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Phrasal Verb – Stay Away

Wednesday, July 25, 2012 @ 01:07 PM
posted by Jo

Stay Away

The phrasal verb 'stay away' means to not go to a place, usually because it is harmful or dangerous.

We often use this phrasal verb with the preposition 'from'.

Example: Stay away from that beach, I have heard there are sharks there.

We also use 'stay away' to say not to spend time with a particular person.

Example: Stay away from the new boy in school, he's trouble.

The phrasal verb 'stay away' can be shouted as a warning to somebody to not come any closer.

Example: Stay away! If you come any closer I will call the police.

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