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like the way a police officer or soldier would say? I think the most common phrase they use is... 「[回]{まわ}れ[右]{みぎ}!」


You could literally just say 「後ろをむけ!」, but I'm not sure if this is what law enforcement or military would use.


Interestingly, there is an expression in modern Mandarin "兔子不吃窩邊草" (Literally, "A rabbit doesn't eat the grass by its own burrow"). Although according to "search engines" it means "One shouldn't do anything to harm one's neighbors", but I'm quite sure that it is used specifically to advise people not to have romantic relationships with people who are close-...


Unfortunately, there is no such expression in Japanese that I could think of. (Or am I the only native speaker who does not know of one?) The saying would work only in the languages where the colloquial/slang words for both "flesh" and "income" belong in the same group (as in English where those are both food items). I also highly doubt that there is a ...

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