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Common Phrases – „Pop Over to These Guys“ and „Hide Away“

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Common Phrases – „Pop Over to These Guys“ and „Hide Away“

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The phrase „pop over to these guys“ means to go to someone else’s house or to a certain place for some purpose. For example, Rosie’s dog loves to pop over to the neighbors‘ house and the supermarket. Another common phrase is „hide away.“ This means to go somewhere that no one can find you or a certain thing.

Hit someone on the back of the hand with a flat of one’s hand

„Hit someone on the back of the hand with the flat of my hand“ means „to hit someone hard on the hand.“ This type of physical contact can be done by hitting a person with the flat of one’s hand. This method may be effective in some cases, but not in others.

Hide away from people

In colloquial English, hideaway means to collapse. A hideaway bed is a type of collapsible bed. It can be collapsed and stored easily. The word „hideaway“ is often written as one word and is part of the Farlex Dictionary of Idioms, a service of Farlex Inc.

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