How to say go away in German: genug! gehen sie weg

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How to say go away in German: genug! gehen sie weg

Learning German for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say go away in German: genug! gehen sie weg
Say it out loud: “guh nook! Gee hen zee vig

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Some more helpful words in our German Urgency category:

enough / stop – genug  (guh nook)
go away – genug! gehen sie weg  (guh nook! Gee hen zee vig)
help me – können sie mir helfen  (cone in zee meer helf in)
I don't understand – ich verstehe sie nicht  (iH fur shtee heh zee nikt)

And here’s how to say go away in other languages!

Arabic–Ghadara  (ga dara)
Chinese–Gǔn!  (Gwun!)
Croatian–odlazite!  (ode lah zee tay!)
Czech–jděte pryč  (ee DYET ay preach)
Finnish–mene pois  (meh neh pois)
French–Allez vous-en!  (alley voo on)
German–genug! gehen sie weg  (guh nook! Gee hen zee vig)
Italian–basta va via  (vah duh vee ah)
Japanese–Acchi He I Ke  (Ah Cchi Eh Ee Keh)
Korean–Jeori Gaseyo.  (Jo Ri Ga Se Yo.)
Polish–odejdż  (o'daytch)
Portuguese–Veja Embora  (vay zhah ehm-bo rah)
Russian–uhodi  (oo hah dee)
Spanish–vete!  (vay tee!)
Swahili–nenda mbali  (nen dah mm bah lee)
Thai–Pai  (bai)
Turkish–çekil!  (check eel')
Vietnamese–Đi Đi  (Dee Dee)

"go away" (genug! gehen sie weg) is a phrase that might show dissatisfaction or it can be used to ward off unwanted attention. While there are more polite phrases that one can use, you can use a more firm phrase like "go away" (genug! gehen sie weg) to get rid of such attention. Get instant access to the German Language Set.

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