Buckle up


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Peruvian Spanish
Because ever I hear that expression and I want to know some more.
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  • ascension

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    English-United States
    Usually it means "put your seatbelt on," so it's used when you get in a car. It also can be seen on a lot of signs on highways reminding people to wear their seatbelts.
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