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: go, how, mind
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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: go, how, mind
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A few snowflakes A severe weather warning Prepare for one inch of snow, So better wrap up warm And mind how you go. A severe weather warning It will be a bit nippy today, Best if you stay indoors Children don't go out to play.
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Mind how you go: a bobby on the Scotland Road beat helps local children (plus a few OAPs and some nice young men) across the street in this marvellous slice of Liverpool life captured by Stephen Shakeshaft in the early 1970s, just before it was ripped apart for the Wallasey tunnel approach roads.
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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.
Or "Mind how you go here, there is a bend in the road coming up".
IT'S re-stock the garden pond time, but mind how you go. More than half of ponds with fish are too small or have unsuitable occupants.
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.
IF YOU fancy buying a second-hand Japanese sports car or coupe, mind how you go.