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    'To go for a boogie'?

    Hi,
    Is this a British idiom meaning 'to flee'?

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    The research was part of his investigation into “dance confidence” (DC) – the factor that makes the difference between you
    sitting glued to the bar seat and actually going for a boogie.

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    Re: 'To go for a boogie'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi,
    Is this a British idiom meaning 'to flee'?
    No. It means 'go for a boogie'.

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