He meets Mike with his getaway bag and car out in a beautiful park.
In 2006 the company went to Lake Tahoe for a winter getaway.
Everybody jumped back, and with this toy gun I made my getaway—stealing the gun at the same time!
That movie staple, the tire-squealer of cops chasing a getaway car, is fun to watch, but deadly.
Almost every zombie film ultimately leads to a getaway, ideally to a military compound.
Just for fear your gang will butt in we'll make our getaway, but remember—I'm comin' back.
"Sure, three can make a getaway easier than one," O'Malley said.
Now and then one would get cornered and stuck with a second-hand offering before he could make his getaway.
I knew how clever you were by the way you planned your getaway.
It appeared that his conclusion that the Russian had made a getaway with much swag was correct.
: our getaway car/ getaway route/ getaway vacation package
The act of fleeing, esp from the scene of a crime: How about a quiet getaway from this mad scene? (1890s+)