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    Default go pound salt

    Would like to see this included. I don't know its meaning.

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    Default Re: go pound salt

    It's an AmE idiom that means "go away, don't bother me."

    When a panhandler approached me on the street and asked if I had any spare change, I told him to go pound salt.

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