vamoose


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va·moose

 (vă-mo͞os′, və-)
intr.v. va·moosed, va·moos·ing, va·moos·es Slang
To leave hurriedly.

[From Spanish vamos, let's go, from Latin vādāmus, first person pl. present subjunctive of vādere, to go.]

vamoose

(vəˈmuːs)
vb
(intr) slang chiefly US to leave a place hurriedly; decamp
[C19: from Spanish vamos let's go, from Latin vādere to go, walk rapidly]

va•moose

(væˈmus)

v. -moosed, -moos•ing. Slang. v.i.
1. to leave hurriedly; decamp.
v.t.
2. to leave hurriedly from; decamp from.
[1830–40; < Sp vamos let us go, imperative 1st pers. pl. of ir to go]

vamoose


Past participle: vamoosed
Gerund: vamoosing

Imperative
vamoose
vamoose
Present
I vamoose
you vamoose
he/she/it vamooses
we vamoose
you vamoose
they vamoose
Preterite
I vamoosed
you vamoosed
he/she/it vamoosed
we vamoosed
you vamoosed
they vamoosed
Present Continuous
I am vamoosing
you are vamoosing
he/she/it is vamoosing
we are vamoosing
you are vamoosing
they are vamoosing
Present Perfect
I have vamoosed
you have vamoosed
he/she/it has vamoosed
we have vamoosed
you have vamoosed
they have vamoosed
Past Continuous
I was vamoosing
you were vamoosing
he/she/it was vamoosing
we were vamoosing
you were vamoosing
they were vamoosing
Past Perfect
I had vamoosed
you had vamoosed
he/she/it had vamoosed
we had vamoosed
you had vamoosed
they had vamoosed
Future
I will vamoose
you will vamoose
he/she/it will vamoose
we will vamoose
you will vamoose
they will vamoose
Future Perfect
I will have vamoosed
you will have vamoosed
he/she/it will have vamoosed
we will have vamoosed
you will have vamoosed
they will have vamoosed
Future Continuous
I will be vamoosing
you will be vamoosing
he/she/it will be vamoosing
we will be vamoosing
you will be vamoosing
they will be vamoosing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been vamoosing
you have been vamoosing
he/she/it has been vamoosing
we have been vamoosing
you have been vamoosing
they have been vamoosing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been vamoosing
you will have been vamoosing
he/she/it will have been vamoosing
we will have been vamoosing
you will have been vamoosing
they will have been vamoosing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been vamoosing
you had been vamoosing
he/she/it had been vamoosing
we had been vamoosing
you had been vamoosing
they had been vamoosing
Conditional
I would vamoose
you would vamoose
he/she/it would vamoose
we would vamoose
you would vamoose
they would vamoose
Past Conditional
I would have vamoosed
you would have vamoosed
he/she/it would have vamoosed
we would have vamoosed
you would have vamoosed
they would have vamoosed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.vamoose - leave suddenlyvamoose - leave suddenly; "She persuaded him to decamp"; "skip town"
go forth, leave, go away - go away from a place; "At what time does your train leave?"; "She didn't leave until midnight"; "The ship leaves at midnight"

vamoose

verb
Slang. To leave hastily:
Slang: hightail, scram.
Idioms: beat it, hightail it, hotfoot it , make tracks.
Translations

vamoose

[vəˈmuːs] VIlargarse

vamoose

vi (US inf) → abhauen (inf), → abzischen (inf)
References in classic literature ?
Hornee, him vamoose long time 'go," replied the Chinaman.
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She insists she'll vamoose with her inheritance once the deed is finished.
It was just the understandable fear that the minibus transporting us round the area would vamoose without us.
While high in the sky the Bat Symbol was reflected from a convenient cloud, the sign for every small time villain to vamoose.
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