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How do you say “buzz off” or “beat it” in Hebrew? And how might it relate to paying off your mortgage? Guy explains.

 

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New Words and Expressions:

Lesalek – To remove, get rid of, expel – לסלק

Lesalek et kol ha-regashot ha-meyutarim – To remove all unnecessary feelings – לסלק את כל הרגשות המיותרים

Lesalek metachim – To get rid of tension – לסלק מתחים

Lesalek chatulim – To kick cats out – לסלק חתולים

Siluk – Removing, clearing – סילוק

Siluk re’alim me-ha-guf – Clearing toxins from the body – סילוק רעלים מהגוף

Siluk ayin ha-ra – Removing the evil eye – סילוק עין הרע

Siluk yonim – Removing pigeons – סילוק יונים

Siluk ptsatsot – Removing bombs – סילוק פצצות

Siluk mashkanta – Mortgage clearing – סילוק משכנתא

Hadas mesuleket ad le-hoda’a hadasha – Hadas is dismissed from school until further notice – הדס מסולקת עד להודעה חדשה

Mi she-silku oto – The one who was kicked out – מי שסילקו אותו

Mesulak – Expelled – מסולק

Hem mesalkim oto, hu mesulak – They kick him out, he is expelled – הם מסלקים אותו, הוא מסולק

Ha-chov sulak – The debt was cleared – החוב סולק

Lehistalek – To leave, to go away – להסתלק

Tistalek mi-po, ‘Stalek mi-po – Buzz off, beat it – תסתלק מפה, ‘סתלק מפה

‘Stalek mi-po o she-ani mitkasher la-mishtara – Beat it or I’ll call the police – סתלק מפה או שאני מתקשר למשטרה

Slik, slikim – Hidden storage place for weapons that were used illegally under British rule – סליק, סליקים

Lehaslik – To stash – להסליק

Haslaka – Stashing – הסלקה

Hu hislik et ha-samim be-hafisat shokolad – He stashed the drugs in a chocolate bar – הוא הסליק את הסמים בחפיסת שוקולד

Histalek min ha-olam – Died – הסתלק מן העולם

Selek – Beetroot – סלק

 

Playlist and Clips:

Eich lesalek metachim

Siluk re’alim

Mesuleket ad le-hoda’a hadasha

Gali Atari – Od Yom (lyrics)

Slik

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