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take a hike

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake a hiketake a hikeAmerican English spokenLEAVE A PLACE used to tell someone rudely to go away hike
Examples from the Corpus
take a hikeTake a hike, jerk.If you don't like it, you can take a hike.Systems topple, statues walk, long-serving political incumbents take a hike in a huge global shake-up.One hot night, four Lundbergs took a hike, aroused by thunder and lightning, aroused but not awakened.If you're feeling brave you can swim in chilly crystal-clear lakes or take a hike in the mountains.Let the Pyramid Pooper take a hike just this once, eh? 0196.Adrian scolded her; she took a hike.
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