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slang imperative Run; hide; get out of here; stop what one's doing. Cheese it, someone called the cops!
cheese it, the cops
slang imperative Run or get out of here because the cops are coming. Cheese it, the cops! I'm not getting caught!
Stop, look out, as in Cheese it! Here come the cops! This term, generally stated as an imperative, may have been a replacement for the earlier "Stop at once." Eric Partridge speculated that it may have been a corruption of Cease! but its true origin is not known. [Slang; mid-1800s]
Cheese it !verb
1. To look out. Often used in the imperative.
2. To get away fast; get going. Often used in the imperative.