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vamoose

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!

Vamoose!

(væˈmus)
exclam. Beat it!; Go away! (From Spanish.) Go on, beat it! Vamoose!
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It had gone vamoose, replaced by La Primavera Mexican Food.
Vamoose. Finally, he says the first thing that comes to mind.
Bloated on palace grub, a sweating apoplectic, epileptic, benign-brain-tumoured Morsi yelled at him: Yalla imshi -- vamoose. He did, driving over to give the bathroom key to General Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi his club pal, protegee and junior by 18 years.
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So, before anything else happens, our plucky and well-heeled fans only have to do two things: first, get the Glazers to vamoose and, second, agree a price for the club.
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And keeps on betting, until the spotter signals him to vamoose.
Maybe it's a question of "take it or leave it, or use TIVA!" (Does TIVA stand for "take it or vamoose"?)
(37.) The Charleston Mercury reports the first sequestration of property on September 5, 1861, when it noted that "a well-known shoe dealer, who having sold out his stock, was preparing to vamoose with the proceeds in sterling ...
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But the crowd here is a little too promiscuous, too much smoke and jamming against dirty Mexicans so we will vamoose to Garricks Head.