Phrase of the day – Stroll On

Meaning: An idiomatic phrasal verb used to express, or feign, mild annoyance or surprise when confronted with some situation or asked to perform some action.

“Can you lend me ten quid until Friday?”

“Stroll on mate, you still haven’t paid me back the fiver I lent you last week!”

Pronunciation:    /strəʊlɒn/

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