Beat it!

beat it

1. Go away; leave me alone. Usually used as an imperative. Beat it, little brother—I've got things to do. What are you kids doing on my lawn? Beat it!
2. To leave a place quickly. We need to beat it before the cops get here!
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Beat it!

Inf. Go away!; Get out! Bill: Sorry I broke your radio. Bob: Get out of here! Beat it! "Beat it, you kids! Go play somewhere else!" yelled the storekeeper.
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Beat it!

exclam. Get out!; Go away! Beat it! I’ve had it with you.
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They'll review it and will then match that price - and in many cases, even beat it
It was through the advice of my GP and help from my family who taught me and helped me to live life with a smile, I beat it
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He shifted the blame to an inanimate object as he beat it
Seeing it rise, the smell when its baking, seeing the end results and being able to eat it - you can't beat it
Keep it simple and you won't add to your stress; you'll beat it
If you expect it, you can be cussed enough to beat it
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I always look forward to the weekend - big races, big stage, big occasion, big favourites, big wins - you just can't beat it
In response to being asked about their fundraising goal, one member of the HR team stated, “It is so exciting for us to have not only reached our goal before the years end but we have now beat it
Lee Wilkie soars above the Iceland defence to head a priceless winner Pictures: RANDOLPH CAUGHIE; MILLER TIME: Scorer Kenny Miller signals that it's take-off for the Scots at Hampden; YOU KENNY BEAT IT
Full details in tomorrow's Daily Mirror - you just won't be able to beat it
I knew after her first-ever race at Shawfield in May that she was potentially very good - a greyhound called Thunderbird Two beat her five lengths, and, on the way home, I said to myself, "that dog will never beat her again"; sure enough, the following week we beat it