In Yoruba, the phrase shut up is "dake enu re."
The phrase "håll käften" means "shut the mouth", which in English is "shut up".
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It's just a slang term for the phrase "shut up." (:
Yes it means Shut your mouth!
laid off; shut down; terminated
It depends on the situation, but generally it would be considered as two - shut and down.
"Can it" means "shut up!" "You nit" is an insult -- a nit is a baby louse.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This wasn't one you wanted to hear, though. It means "shut your mouth!"
I'd assume they would say something like: "Silence" "Hold your tongue" Shut up is more of a modern phrase.
femme la bush (sp)
"ferme ta gueule" is a French phrase. It is translated as "shut your mouth" in English.
A 95 Mazda Protege will shut off during acceleration if the air and fuel mixture is drastically incorrect. A vacuum leak or fuel flow restrictions can both cause this problem.
DAMARE! I yell that alot to...to my annoying....relatives
in spiritual sense 5 senses are considered as venting doors to mind. so you have to shut before meditation for concentration.
The best way to phrase it would be to place "was" directly before ajar Example: "The door was ajar, Then I shut it."
Well, for starters, humble yourself. I promise people will stop saying how great you are. Also, you may be incorrect in your assumptions.
I can't fact check my answer 100%, but I was told many years ago by a young man who claimed to be fluent in mayan, that the correct phrase for "shut up" was "Tsa 'u pa che"
"The origin of the term shut-up originated around the 500 b.c. When the king miller would get annoyed by his fat jester sir Corey XV, he would use the term, ungato mr.roboto, AKA SHUT YOUR MOUTH. Thank you for listening friends"
The phrase "shut up" is not attributed to any specific or any one person. It likely originated from homes and farm life when window openings needed wood moved across the openings to "shut them up". It could also have originated with "shutting up" livestock in pens or barns. Over time, rather than "shut up" meaning "to close up" windows/doors/openings in buildings/cabins, the phrase focused more on stopping sounds or noise. This may be because animals tend to quiet when in enclosures where predators cannot stalk them, and the farm animals cannot see or smell predators. Examples of "close up" as "shut up": I shut up our cow, Bessie, in the barn. The horses are shut up in there with her. (closed up within) We shut up our meat reserves in the smoke house. They had to close and shut up the hunter's cabin. Little did the Alaskan family realize they would not return there for a decade. Being shut up in the house all day while it rained caused me 'cabin fever', another idiom of the past that is still used today. I had to tell my younger brother to "Shut up" dozens of times while we were stuck inside!
It's a mixture of someone telling you to kick yourself in the teeth, and shut up at the same time
"Shut your mouth!" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Ferme la bouche!Specifically, the imperative verb ferme is "close, shut". The feminine singular definite article la means "the". The feminine noun bouche translates as "mouth".The pronunciation will be "fehrm lah boosh" in French.
To rhyme a phrase, find words that rhyme with each word in the phrase and then try to put them together in order to fit into your poem or lyrics, or whatever you are writing. Words that rhyme with shut but cut gut hut jut mutt nut putt rut slut smut tut Words that rhyme with up cup pup sup I can't really see saying to anyone "Shut up, mutt cup," but it is sort of funny. :)
shut up u retards im doin it with my wife get away shes tkin off her bra u *&$#@