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Translation of "Move/shift your arse!" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

Move/shift your arse!

offensive
used to rudely tell someone to hurry up or to get out of your way (用於不禮貌地催促某人)趕快!;(用於粗魯地叫人讓路)滾開! Phrases telling people to go awayExpressions telling people to hurry up
Translations of “Move/shift your arse!”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于不礼貌地催促某人)赶快!, (用于粗鲁地叫人让路)滚开!…
(Definition of Move/shift your arse! from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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