English version

go walkabout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo walkaboutgo walkaboutspokenDISAPPEAR to get lost – used humorously My watch has gone walkabout again. walkabout
Examples from the Corpus
go walkaboutYou know that when a black fella dies the whole family moves out of the house and goes walkabout.Prunella was right - why the fuss just because Blythe had gone walkabout?I thought I'd just go walkabout and see what I can dig up.Our man's gone walkabout for reasons of his own.
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