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go-by

(gō′bī′)
n. Informal
An intentional slight; a snub.
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go-by

n
slang a deliberate snub or slight (esp in the phrase give (a person) the go-by)
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go-by

noun
Informal. A deliberate slight:
Informal: cold shoulder.
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go-by

[ˈgəʊbaɪ] N to give sth the go-bypasar algo por alto, omitir algo
to give a place the go-bydejar de visitar un sitio
to give sb the go-bydesairar a algn (no haciendo caso de él/ella), no hacer caso de algn
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go-by

n (inf) to give somebody the go-byjdn schneiden, jdn links liegen lassen (inf)
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References in classic literature ?
No money to get back; a hungry chum in London who would begin to think he had been given the go-by. "Damn!" he muttered.