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.]
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doggo

(ˈdɒɡəʊ)
adv
informal Brit in hiding and keeping quiet (esp in the phrase lie doggo)
[C19: probably from dog]
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Adv.1.doggo - quietly in concealment; "he lay doggo"
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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
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doggo

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

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

(ˈdogəu) : to lie doggo
to remain in hiding without giving any sign of one's presence.
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At the first sound of the smoke detector, four-year-old Rue runs over and paws at her lap and then lies doggo on the floor to alert her.