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shove off

  
a       vi + adv  
1      (Naut)   alejarse del muelle etc
2    *   (=leave)   largarse, marcharse  
shove off!      ¡lárgate! *     
b       vt + adv  
to shove a boat off      echar afuera un bote  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
shove off! exp.
¡lárgate!

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
echar afuera un bote
n.
apilamiento de hielo ; aglomeración de hielo
se forma en las lineas de costa, lagos por frío extremo
exp.
¡vete a la mierda! ; ¡vete a tomar por el culo! ; ¡que te den!
[Slang]
exp.
¡córrete!
exp.
ponlo aquí
exp.
meter a algo/algn a empujones
exp.
pon otro disco
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shove off!
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"shove off": examples and translations in context
I'm waiting for the moment we shove off. Yo solo espero el momento de zarpar.
I'll get the captain so we can shove off. Traeré al capitán así podemos zarpar.
I told you to shove off. Le he dicho que se largue.
Don't try to borrow two bits from me when you shove off. No me pida ni un centavo cuando se largue.
Be prepared to shove off for Green Beach at 0500. Estén listos para zarpar hacia la Playa Verde a las 0500.
Dave, stand by to shove off as soon as Griff reports the crew aboard. Dave, esté atento para zarpar tan pronto Griff comunique que todos están abordo.
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