Definición de take away from en Inglés

take away from

Traducir take away from al español

verbo frasal

  • take away from somethingDetract from something.

    ‘I don't want to take away from her victory, but it was a very low turnout’
    • ‘From what I remember, there was also an alternative parade organised by some religious people who felt that the main parade took away from what Patrick really stood for.’
    • ‘The drunkenness really took away from what I was looking at.’
    • ‘This took away from what was otherwise good cooking, and did not seem very West Coast.’
    • ‘The prop almost looks dirty, taking away from what is supposed to be a beautiful monster (at least as far as monsters go).’
    • ‘We've got great programs, they're doing great things, but the distractions were taking away from that.’
    • ‘Both Mitchell and O'Brien agree, that one game does not take away from what has so far been a successful season.’
    • ‘The joy you get from kids is 24 hours a day and the fact that you are not there from 9 to 5 doesn't take away from that.’
    • ‘Still, it is not necessarily a bad thing as long as it does not take away from who and what I am.’
    • ‘Like a lot of new books talking about postmodernity, the publisher tried to change the look of the paper it is printed on and I think it took away from the book rather than added to it.’
    • ‘The band were solid (though a bit too guitar-heavy) but Leyton's constant microphone spinning and hardcore delivery really took away from that.’
    belittle, take away from, diminish, reduce, lessen, minimize, lower, make light of, play down, discount, soft-pedal, brush aside, gloss over, trivialize, decry, depreciate, denigrate, devalue, devaluate, deprecate