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get/put your skates on

UK informal
used when you want to tell someone to hurry up: Get your skates on, or we'll be late.
Translations of “get/put your skates on”
in Chinese (Traditional) 快點,把握時間…
in Russian поторапливайся!…
in Turkish Acele et!', 'Çabuk ol!'…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快点儿,抓紧时间…
in Polish rusz się…
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