toodle-pip

Translations

toodle-pip

interj (dated Brit, inf) → tschau (inf)
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Tonight's refugee guest stars are Honeysuckle Weeks, who's just said toodle-pip to Foyle's War, and Charlie Creed-Miles, enjoying a sunny break from Brum and Peaky Blinders.
Soon the whole country will come over all PG Wodehouse and saying "what ho" when they meet and "toodle-pip" on departure.
So off we set for an evening of cocktails and the Charleston, but it wasn't all tally-ho and toodle-pip...
But when she dubs old-fashioned English phrases like "toodle-pip" and "hubbly-jubbly" as "wah-wah," a secret language that marks her as an outsider, the kid starts to warm to her rebellious, emancipated spirit.
Toodle-pip to the dressing-gown that made the national telly
A positive reading, Now to continue my trip, No time to dilly-dally, Ta-ta and toodle-pip.
Despite its thinly veiled satire of Jewish persecution under the Nazis, there was little evidence of the sly wit of 007 in this lumbering epic of cutesy, toodle-pip British preciousness.
After we've poshed them up a bit, folk will think cripes, they must be terribly and awfully divine in Bedworth because that jolly fine fellow has just said toodle-pip.