doggo


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dog·go

 (dô′gō, dŏg′ō)
adv. Informal
In concealment: "'You'd better lie doggo,' I advised her out of my own nervousness" (John M. Myers).

[Probably from dog.]

doggo

(ˈdɒɡəʊ)
adv
informal Brit in hiding and keeping quiet (esp in the phrase lie doggo)
[C19: probably from dog]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.doggo - quietly in concealment; "he lay doggo"
Translations
يَخْتَبِئ دون أن يَتَحَرَّك أبَدا
bez pohnutí
ligge musestille
liggja í felum
tupėti ausis suglaudus
atrasties slēptuvē
gizlenmeksaklanmak

doggo

[ˈdɒgəʊ] ADV (Brit) to lie doggoquedarse escondido

doggo

adv (inf) to lie doggosich nicht mucksen (inf); (= go underground)von der Bildfläche verschwinden (inf)

doggo

[ˈdɒgəʊ] adv (fam) to lie doggofare il morto

doggo

(ˈdogəu) : to lie doggo
to remain in hiding without giving any sign of one's presence.
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"Do you think he's done something that we don't know about, and is lying doggo on account of the police?"
Max, the protagonist doggo, will be voiced by Patton Oswalt instead of Louis C.K.
You can order the Poochini, which is basically ShackBurger dog biscuits, peanut butter sauce , and vanilla custard, or the Bag-O-Bones--both perfect for your doggo.
Thanks for sharing the lives of these two fur kids with us and i am sure they are having the best time together now in doggo heaven .
Wisely, after a year of drink and drug rehab, divorce from wife Lisa Armstrong, 42, and a drink-drive crash plus [euro]96,000 fine and ban, Ant is lying doggo. Just like Hurley!
You would presume he would want to lie doggo and take advantage of an international break which meant no games for a fortnight.
The mermaid doggo isn't just a beached mermaid in their living room now it's fully surrounded by waves, reefs, and dreaded jellyfishes.
"A sweet doggy treat or a gourmet yappetizer is our way of saying we appreciate you, doggo."
A video has gone viral on Reddit showing a doggo sitting for a photoshoot and then smiling as the photo is taken.
"Strength through joy(zzzz)!" one might add to this, joy being not exactly connoted neofascistically in this instance, but simply echoing the jovial everyday salutation "Joyz" used by the mutated but mostly contented characters who inhabit the barely futuristic future depicted in Russell's video Doggo, 2017, which premiered as part of the exhibition of the same title.
Aside from panda and doggo videos, there is probably nothing left on social media that does not draw flak.