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  1. Newbie
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    Question slang expression

    I'm writing a story about a criminal guy, and my intention is to use he's oral slang. My ideia is to say : " Find a way, how to sell the gold"

    "Find out, where is it possible to shake off the red!"

    Can I use this expression, or is it just wrong?

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    Re: slang expression

    What does "shake off the red" mean? This is not a use of slang I'm famliar with.

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    Re: slang expression

    "Find out, where is it possible to shake off the red!"

    Find out where we can unload the gold!

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    Re: slang expression

    I've never heard of gold as being "red". To fence the gold would work.

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