Vamoose! - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
slang To leave or decamp very hurriedly. Derived from the Spanish word "vamos." We'd better vamoose if we don't want to get caught in that storm!
exclam. Beat it!; Go away! (From Spanish.) Go on, beat it! Vamoose!
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If a moose charges you, then vamoose!
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As noticed by Craddock (1981: 199), the first person singular hortatory imperative vamos 'let's go' spawned the second person command vamoose!
'beat it, scram'.