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comment Can “barge in” be used as an informal and quirky way of saying “come in” and “come on in”?
Thank you very much for a really comprehensive answer! Now everything is clear to me. Your kind help is highly appreciated.
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comment Can “barge in” be used as an informal and quirky way of saying “come in” and “come on in”?
@ChrisSunami, thank you! You've got me absolutely right! Could you please suggest me a few alternative sarcastic expressions, maybe some common slang idioms?
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comment Can “barge in” be used as an informal and quirky way of saying “come in” and “come on in”?
@ChrisSunami, well, you are near right! I double checked with the dictionary and it seems that adjectives like "saucy", "flippant" and "pawky" are even more relevant.
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