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pack your bags

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpack your bagspack your bagsinformalLEAVE A PLACE to leave a place where you have been living, usually after an argument We told her to pack her bags at once. bag
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pack your bagsSo, once again, Erhardt will be packing his bags.Tell him that if he doesn't shape up, he can pack his bags.A third group have packed their bags and are ready to travel immediately as the snow falls.They returned to their hotel, packed their bags, and left for Penn Station to catch a train for Washington.Then I recall that I forgot to bring it with me when I packed my bags in Boston.She should pack her bags and go back where she came from.Mr Wijeratne has suggested that civilians in the area - a million of them - should pack their bags and leave.And if Clinton wins it, George Bush can start packing his bags.They packed their bags, sold the house and left me: I got that news in prison.In March his doctor told him to pack his bags and go to sunny Arizona for a long rest.
pack your bagspack your bagsinformalLEAVE A PLACE to leave a place and not return, especially because of a disagreement pack
Examples from the Corpus
pack your bagsAnd if Clinton wins it, George Bush can start packing his bags.So, once again, Erhardt will be packing his bags.A third group have packed their bags and are ready to travel immediately as the snow falls.In March his doctor told him to pack his bags and go to sunny Arizona for a long rest.Mr Wijeratne has suggested that civilians in the area - a million of them - should pack their bags and leave.They returned to their hotel, packed their bags, and left for Penn Station to catch a train for Washington.Then I recall that I forgot to bring it with me when I packed my bags in Boston.They packed their bags, sold the house and left me: I got that news in prison.
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