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have-a-go

Saltos de línea: have-a-go

Definición de have-a-go en inglés:

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British informal
Denoting a person who bravely intervenes in an attempt to thwart a criminal: the have-a-go hero ran across the road and confronted the thief
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A have-a-go hero is recovering after being injured while trying to stop thieves escaping from a golf club.
  • A judge awarded a have-a-go hero £500 to thank him for rugby tackling a drug-crazed mugger.
  • Police are trying to trace a have-a-go hero who foiled a machete wielding robber at a petrol station.

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Pronunciación: ˈɔːθəʊɛpi
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