Translation of vamoose in Spanish:

vamoose

largarse, v.

Pronunciation /vəˈmus//væˈmus//vəˈmuːs/

intransitive verb

US
informal, humorous

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    largarse informal
    • The clerk reached for the phone; I hitched my pants and vamoosed.
    • But hanging around to the bitter end is sending good money after bad; better to cut your losses and vamoose.
    • He then immediately vamoosed and wasn't seen again.
    • The Baron and his family vamoose by train for an unknown destination.
    • When the lions come a running, the grazers close ranks and vamoose.
    • The biggest threat I feel from the people queuing behind me is that they will lynch me if it takes me longer than 20 seconds to get my money and vamoose.