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be well away

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe well awaybe well awayBritish English informal a) to be making good progress If we can get that grant from the local authority, we’ll be well away. b) to be very drunk well
Examples from the Corpus
be well awayIt's just a shame he was such an ugly old boiler, otherwise I'd be well away!Mathilda will be well away now.
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