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Get lost!


Definition (British English)

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Definition (American English)

Get, lost
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Get, lost
Merriam Webster


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Zieh Leine!




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zieh ab - Get lost / Take off?Last post 13 Jun 12, 07:33
From song: "Sei ein Mann" from the Disney movie Mulan. The Captain is trying to train the …6 Replies
to get lost - hops gehen [fam.]Last post 05 Jan 21, 11:58
Also ich kenne hops gehen vor allem als Synonym für sterben. Mir ist eine entsprechende Ver…12 Replies
to get astray - sich verirrenLast post 05 May 08, 00:04
"to get astray" is a very old-fashioned way of saying "to get lost" and I have never seen it…2 Replies
to lose - verlustig gehen +Gen.Last post 25 Sep 03, 13:56
Passiv scheint mir die bessere Variante zu sein.8 Replies
lead, leash - die Hundeleine, die LeineLast post 20 Jan 15, 19:12
LEO: dog leash - die Hundeleine lead - die Hundeleine leash - die Hundeleine…17 Replies
The Lost ContinentLast post 17 Mar 10, 08:38
von Bill Bryson. Seine Reise, die in Iowa begann, hat ihn mittlerweile über Illinois, Miss…21 Replies
lost German poemLast post 02 Feb 19, 21:36
Lodged somewhere in the depth of my sievy brain is the fragment of a German poem. No idea ab…37 Replies
"lost" UND"have lost" möglich?Last post 07 May 09, 17:53
I LOST my pen. I HAVE LOST 3 pens this week. I LOST my pen. I LOST 3 pens this week. Gehen …1 Replies
All is not lost. vs. Not all is lost.Last post 11 Sep 19, 10:24
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Make my day. - = get lost / piss off ?!Last post 06 Jul 09, 17:06
My dad told me once it would actually mean the same. Okay 'piss of' sound fiercer than 'get …2 Replies

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