"vlézt na záda" meaning in Czech

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Phrase

IPA: [vlɛːst na zaːda]
Etymology: Literally, “climb up somebody's back”. Etymology templates: {{m-g|climb up somebody's back}} “climb up somebody's back”, {{lit|climb up somebody's back}} Literally, “climb up somebody's back” Head templates: {{head|cs|phrase}} vlézt na záda
  1. (colloquial) to go to hell, to stop annoying Tags: colloquial Synonyms: jít do háje, jít k čertu, jít k šípku, jít do prdele
    Sense id: en-vlézt_na_záda-cs-phrase-M8HxZA8l
  2. Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see vlézt, na, záda.
    Sense id: en-vlézt_na_záda-cs-phrase-I2Qfq6vW

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          "english": "“Leave me alone, you bastard! You dumb, insensitive bastard, leave me alone!” Yossarian sobbed. He wanted to pummel Aarfy, but lacked the strength to lift his arms. He decided to sleep instead and keeled over sideways into a dead faint.",
          "ref": "2016, Miroslav Jindra, Hlava XXII, Plus, translation of Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, page 326",
          "text": "„Dej mi pokoj, ty bestie! Ty blbče tupej! Vlez mi na záda!“ Yossarian se rozvzlykal. Chtěl Aarfyho praštit, ale neměl sílu zvednout ruku. Rozhodl se, že se radši trochu prospí, omdlel a svalil se jako špalek.",
          "type": "quotation"
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          "ref": "1980, Jaroslav Hutka, Dvorky, Toronto: Sixty-Eight Publishers, page 152",
          "text": "– „[…]Je to bezvadné mít své divadlo.“\n– „Jarku, je. Už teď je to skvělé. Tady mi budou moct všichni ti idioti vlízt na záda.“\n– \" […] It's great to have you own theatre.\"\n– Yes, Jarek, it is. It's brilliant even now. Here I will not have to care about all those idiots.",
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          "text": "„Dej mi pokoj, ty bestie! Ty blbče tupej! Vlez mi na záda!“ Yossarian se rozvzlykal. Chtěl Aarfyho praštit, ale neměl sílu zvednout ruku. Rozhodl se, že se radši trochu prospí, omdlel a svalil se jako špalek.",
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