mind how you go


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mind how you go

1. Be careful. Primarily heard in UK. Mind how you go with that stack of plates, love. I don't want them to come crashing down on top of you!
2. Used as a conventional parting phrase. Primarily heard in UK. Thank you for coming to visit. Mind how you go!
See also: how, mind

ˌmind how you ˈgo

(informal)
1 used to tell somebody to be careful: Mind how you go with that knife — it’s very sharp!
2 used when saying goodbye to somebody: Goodbye then! Mind how you go!
See also: how, mind
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Mind how you go Don't run in your hobnails You'll slip on your head Grey dawn up on't moor A dark orchid is budding Down in their kitchens They're frying black pudding Huddersfield forever.
Mind how you go, though, as there's also a police station across the road.
T raded at an in-running high of 30, he got going late in the day to deny a tiring Mind How You Go, whose price of 1.
com Handicap Hurdle at Kempton into a procession as he came home well clear of Mind How You Go.
MAIDSTONE trainer John Best is earning a reputation as a shrewdie, and he can make the long trip to Market Rasen pay off today with MIND HOW YOU GO (1.
Mind How You Go certainly fits the bill, having only made his debut at Wincanton in January.
A useful bumper horse the season before, Mind How You Go wasn't disgraced on his subsequent outing at Fontwell at the beginning of February where he was third to a horse with solid form in No Collusion.
No Collusion is also being aimed at a higher grade after getting the better of Throwaline and Mind How You Go in a good finish to the novice hurdle.
Best, successful here on Friday with Established, arrived just in time to saddle the five-year-old, having been at Catterick to see 25-1 shot Mind How You Go land the bumper.