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hit the road

infml to ​leave a ​place or ​begin a ​trip: I’d ​love to ​staylonger but it’s really ​time to hit the ​road.
(Definition of hit the road from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"hit the road" in British English

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hit the road

to ​leave a ​place or ​begin a ​journey: I'd ​love to ​staylonger but I must be ​hitting the ​road.
(Definition of hit the road from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hit the road”
in Chinese (Simplified) 离开,出发…
in Chinese (Traditional) 離開,出發…
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