American Slang Meaning to LEAVE

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American English Slang

Learn slang you can use when it’s time to go!

Imagine you are at a friend’s house. It’s getting late and it’s time to go. You could turn to your friend and say, “I’m going to leave now,” which of course would be a correct English sentence, but wouldn’t it be more exciting to use some colorful slang or an idiom? Of course it would! That’s why you came to visit Happy English today. For today’s English lesson, let’s look at five idioms and slang expressions that mean “to leave.” Check it out!

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