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    meaning

    My dear masters
    I have some questions in meaning about some words in ( hamlet ) I'll need the meaning of the whole sentence and the words in parantheses please

    1- (Tis ) now struck twelve , get thee to bed .
    2- For this relief much thanks, 'tis bitter cold , and I am sick at heart .
    3- Tush tish , 'twill not appear .
    thanks alot

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    Re: meaning

    1. It's midnight. Go to bed.

    2. Thanks for the help, it is cold and I am grieving.

    3. Don't worry, it (the ghost) will not appear.

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