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    meaning of "spur off"

    Hi !

    Could someone please explain to me the meaning of "spur off " in :
    "spur off the locks"

    Thank you so much .
    By the way , I'm french and I just want to know if I've translated this correctly:
    "like proud rooster flock" translation :"comme un fier vol de coq"

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    Re: meaning of "spur off"

    Quote Originally Posted by lisa65 View Post
    Hi !

    By the way , I'm french and I just want to know if I've translated this correctly:
    "like proud rooster flock" translation :"comme un fier vol de coq"
    I'm guessing that "comme un fier vol de coq" is similar to "strutting like a rooster" or "having the proud strut of a rooster." Sort of like being cock of the walk.

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