nip along


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vi (Brit inf) → entlangsausen (inf)or -flitzen (inf); nip along to Joan’s houselauf or saus mal schnell zu Joan rüber (inf)
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"Meghan Markle won't be able to nip along to the hairdressers.
Tickets on the door so why not nip along for a wild one?
It's always tempting to nip along Wolviston Road and take the old route via Billingham which I sometimes find quicker but lately too many other people have discovered the secret, reducing the bene-fit so much it now makes little difference to the time.
It comes on the back of the biggest hit of his career, Talk Dirty, which went straight to number one, and his biggest album to date, Tattoos Sunday If you have been inspired by the nimble needlework of the contestants in the Great British Sewing Bee, nip along for the last day of Sewing for Pleasure at the NEC.
Spa-re some time this week to nip along to Boots at The Fort Shopping Park where the Champneys Complete Home Spa is on "better than half price" offer until Thursday, November 29.
"I hope people will think 'I need to buy a present, and I can nip along for a cup of coffee and some cake'," Mrs Robertson said.
What she did on that Sunday was nip along to auditions for a new television talent show How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?
Mine is nip along the chippy and hope it's not just the fish that gets battered.
Now here's your security card and if you'd nip along to Buckingham Palace - that's the big house down The Mall, anyone will point you in the right direction - the Queen needs someone on the front gate as all the soldiers have been posted abroad."
If culture floats your boat, nip along to the Museum And Art Gallery, which boasts the largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings in the world.
My mate Edith Bowman knows her and she promises that the next time they go out for a Burger King, I can nip along. Magic!