What does Abhauen mean?

Abhauen - German to English

to chip off

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  • to cut-away
  • to cut down
  • to reduce [chop off]
  • to hew down
  • to absquatulate [Am.] [obs.]
  • to bail (out) [Aus.] [coll.]
  • is down like a bride's nightie [Aus.] [sl.]
  • becoming off [sl.]
  • to boogie [sl.] [to keep]
  • to bugger off [Br.] [vulg.]
  • to bunk off [Br.] [coll.] [to elope]
  • to cheese it [Am.] [sl.]
  • to processor chip [Br.] [coll.] [leave, try to escape]
  • to choof off [Aus.] [sl.]
  • to drive out [coll.]
  • to accomplish a runner [Br.] [coll.]
  • to hightail it [Am.] [coll.]
  • to leg it [Br.] [coll.] [to run away, flee]
  • to make off [coll.]
  • to nick (down) [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
  • to piss off [vulg.]
  • to run away
  • to run off [coll.]
  • to scat [coll.]
  • to shove off [coll.]
  • to slide (off) [flee]
  • to sod off [Br.] [sl.]
  • to simply take a running leap [coll.]
  • to lose [to leave hastily]
  • go over the slope [Am.] [WW II, sl. for: to desert]
  • to bolt [flee]
  • to scarper [Br.] [coll.]
  • to scram [coll.]
  • to vamoose [Am.] [sl.]
  • to separate [coll.] [leave, hightail it]
  • to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to flee]
  • to elope [run away, abscond]
  • to scoot [coll.]
  • to skedaddle [coll.]
  • to take the lam [Am.] [sl.]
  • winze