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English definition of “go walkabout”

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go walkabout

informal humorous
If you say that an object has gone walkabout you mean that it is missing, often because someone has taken it: My pen was here this morning but it seems to have gone walkabout.
Translations of “go walkabout”
in Chinese (Traditional) (常因為被別人拿走而)不見了,不知去向…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常因为被别人拿走而)不见了,不知去向…
(Definition of go walkabout from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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