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shove it

slang
a rude expression showing you have no respect for someone or for something that they have said: When I told him he'd have to work harder, he said I could take the job and shove it.
Translations of “shove it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 去他媽的,見鬼去吧…
in Chinese (Simplified) 去他妈的,见鬼去吧…
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