Definition of take something away in English:

take something away

phrasal verb

British
  • Buy food at a cafe or restaurant for eating elsewhere.

    ‘he ordered a lamb madras to take away’
    • ‘If you are just running in to get something to take out, it's okay - the burger was awesome, the fries were old, and the soda was soda.’
    • ‘I really wanted a milkshake and ordered one to take away.’