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    Question How do you say "get out" in Russian?

    I have a movie in Russian with English subtitles so I hear the words for "get out" but can not write the words. The Russian words sound like ---bo-ka-di----as I try to sound it out. Can someone post the proper Russian wording?
    Come in, it is cold outside, get warm, have tea or coffee, and toast, Rest and tell me about you. I'll help you and you can help me. Friends far away and close at the same time. My door will open to you. "When happiness arrives at the door, always give happiness a comfortable chair." I have made the original sentence more clear for translation, The words are from the 1999 movie "A Christmas Carol" (based on the novel of Charles Dickens 1843).

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    "уходи, убирайся!"

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    It might be выйти which is sort of pronounced like Vieytey.
    Вы мне помочь, я могу вам помочь.

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    Пошёл вон!
    Прочь [отсюда]!

    But looks like Robert heard "Уходи" (u-kha-dee)
    Please, correct my mistakes, except for the cases I misspell something on purpose!

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    The movie situation is a man is telling a woman to get out of his house. She has upset him and he feels insulted. The subtitle says "get out".
    Come in, it is cold outside, get warm, have tea or coffee, and toast, Rest and tell me about you. I'll help you and you can help me. Friends far away and close at the same time. My door will open to you. "When happiness arrives at the door, always give happiness a comfortable chair." I have made the original sentence more clear for translation, The words are from the 1999 movie "A Christmas Carol" (based on the novel of Charles Dickens 1843).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basil77 View Post
    But looks like Robert heard "Уходи" (u-kha-dee)
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    (hhhhhhhhh)
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    I think Basil77 is correct. It is an interjection.
    And there is a popular song by Zhenya Otradnaya --- Женя Отрадная ?
    Come in, it is cold outside, get warm, have tea or coffee, and toast, Rest and tell me about you. I'll help you and you can help me. Friends far away and close at the same time. My door will open to you. "When happiness arrives at the door, always give happiness a comfortable chair." I have made the original sentence more clear for translation, The words are from the 1999 movie "A Christmas Carol" (based on the novel of Charles Dickens 1843).

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    "Уходи (и дверь закрой)" is her song.

    Спасибо, Basil77
    Come in, it is cold outside, get warm, have tea or coffee, and toast, Rest and tell me about you. I'll help you and you can help me. Friends far away and close at the same time. My door will open to you. "When happiness arrives at the door, always give happiness a comfortable chair." I have made the original sentence more clear for translation, The words are from the 1999 movie "A Christmas Carol" (based on the novel of Charles Dickens 1843).

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    Get out

    Some variants:

    Уходи, уйди (neutral)
    Убирайся, пошел (пошла) вон, пошел (пошла) прочь. (rude)
    Уматывай, проваливай, свали, канай отсюда (slang)

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    Watch the movie Cuckoo and you will hear пшолты!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaika View Post
    Watch the movie Cuckoo and you will hear пшолты!
    "Пошёл ты.. " doesn't mean "get out" btw. It's more close to "get lost".
    Please, correct my mistakes, except for the cases I misspell something on purpose!

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    Basil77 - thanks, I was thinking "get outa here".

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