The origin of the phrase, “let Someone off”

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"Someone rebuffed" actually has something to do with firearms

16. December 2019 – At 17:25

Nothing with flirtations

Who can nowadays someone the brush-off, was probably flirting just from an unwanted admirer attached. And has ice cold "no" said. Originally, this term comes from the 15. Century. With romantic advances, he had to do at the time, so nothing to. What "the brush-off" actually, the Video shows.

And if you’re now got the taste and even more idioms want to go to the bottom, for a look at the explanations "Last minute panic" or "Money does not smell ". We promise you: THIS origins you would have never come !

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