get lost
Interjection
  1. (idiomatic, colloquial, dismissal) Used to rudely tell somebody to go away or leave one alone.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: casse-toi, tire-toi, barre-toi, va te faire, va te faire voir, va te faire fiche, dégage
  • German: hau ab!, geh weg!, verschwinde!, mach, dass du wegkommst!, verpiss dich!, schleich dich!
  • Italian: vai!, sparisci! (colloquial), vattene!
  • Portuguese: vá/vai embora!, se/te manda!
  • Russian: пошёл во́н!
  • Spanish: vete a bañar, ándate, vete, piérdete, ¡que te zurzan!
Verb

get lost

  1. (intransitive) To lose one's way.
    Don't you have a map? How did we get lost?
    I got lost in his reasoning.
  2. (intransitive) To be absent, to seem to be absent.
    The violins get lost with the rest of the music.
  3. (intransitive, usually in imperative and reported speech, idiom) To exit from the scene.
    I don't want to have to tell you again: Get lost!
    They had a row and Fred told Jack to get lost.
    Jack did a good job of getting lost: nobody saw him for 4 years.
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