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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    What about "молчи!"?
    Замолчи! Замолчите!
    Заткнись sounds a bit rude.
    Shut up sounds rude as well.

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    Or you can say "Shut that twisted hole in your face you dirty old spinster."

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Or you can say "Shut that twisted hole in your face you dirty old spinster."
    Why twisted?

    Does "zip your lip" contain something special?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom

    Why twisted?
    Twisted as in vile and repugnant.

    Does "zip your lip" contain something special?
    Hmm... sounds like a euphemism perhaps.... maybe one used with young children....

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    There is nothing extra in the meaning of "zip your lip"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Does "zip your lip" contain something special?
    Heh, well it sounds funny, at least. I can't really picture it being said any other way than "zip yer lip", though.
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    how about "shut your gob"? or in cockney "shut ur north an' south"
    stress: молчи

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    You would tell someone in formal situation to "shut up?" :P
    Could be sarcastic:

    Уважаемая, заткнитесь и уберите свои шмотки.

    It's like saying "Would you be so kind as to shut TF up"
    I've got a TV, and I'm not afraid to use it

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    Mates, you rock! 1001 ways to say 'shut up'!!! I'll write a book.
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    Как насчет следующие варианты.... они глупы, скорее всего

    Держи рот закрытым!
    Не открывай рот!
    Поставь насок в рот!
    Никто не хочет слышать тебя!
    Делай вид, что у тебя нет рта!

    Грубы ли?

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    They sound retarded and will most likely make the adversary laugh
    I've got a TV, and I'm not afraid to use it

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    Lol, that's what I expected!

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    I've noticed that Russians use different principles than English to emphasize a phrase. English people would make up an extended metaphor, while Russians are more likely to find another word (maybe because otherwise the sentence will be too long). Hence you are more likely to hear something like this:

    Закрой пасть
    Прикрой ворота
    Не воняй
    Не жужжи
    I've got a TV, and I'm not afraid to use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by adoc
    Прикрой ворота
    Не жужжи
    не давай лольных выражений

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    лольных
    Не может быть... шутишь?

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    лольных
    Не может быть... шутишь?
    ? %)

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    Что значит 'лольный?'

    Заимствовано ли это слово из английского языка, то есть, оно англицизм 'LOL?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Что значит 'лольный?'

    Заимствовано ли это слово из английского языка, то есть, оно англицизм 'LOL?'
    прилагательное от слова "лол" :))
    но только не говори это слово в реале.. только в интернете %)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri
    Quote Originally Posted by adoc
    Прикрой ворота
    Не жужжи
    не давай лольных выражений
    Почему бы и нет? Обшая концепция понятна, словом.
    I've got a TV, and I'm not afraid to use it

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    Quote Originally Posted by adoc
    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri
    Quote Originally Posted by adoc
    Прикрой ворота
    Не жужжи
    не давай лольных выражений
    Почему бы и нет? Обшая концепция понятна, словом.
    потому что смешно будет выглядеть в устах иностранца, да и в устах русского тоже

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