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    What does "through the ghost" probably mean?

    here below is the full sentence for your reference

    did you hide yourself away? are you leaving through the ghost?

    I'm not quite sure if it means "are you running away without saying a word?"or something like this...
    hope you guys could help, thanks :)

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    Re: What does "through the ghost" probably mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by bayan112 View Post
    Here below is the full sentence for your reference.

    Did you hide yourself away? Are you leaving through the ghost?

    I'm not quite sure if it means "are you running away without saying a word?"or something like this...
    hope you guys could help, thanks :)
    There are two sentences now, before there were none. "Are you leaving through the ghost?" means nothing at all to me.

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