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gee up!

UK informal
phrasal verb with gee uk   us   /dʒiː/ verb
something that you say to a horse to make it move faster: Gee up, Neddy!
Translations of “gee up!”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於催馬快走)駕,嘚駕…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于催马快走)驾,嘚驾…
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