In French, allons-y stands for "let's go."

This phrase is often used by the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who.
Tenth Doctor: "Allons-y, Alonso!"
door novitas 23 mei 2008
is an old Earth saying, a phrase of great power and wisdom and consolation to the soul in time of need.
ALLONS-Y ALONSO!
door njmmagician 2 februari 2010
French meaning "Let's Go". Coined by the Tenth Doctor in the British tv show "Doctor Who".
Doctor: "What's you're first name?"
Alonso: "Alonso".
Doctor: "You're kidding me".
Alonso: "What?"
Doctor: "That's something else I've always wanted to say".
Doctor: "Allons-y Alonso!!"
door mabiniss2 19 november 2010
French for "let's go." More formal than "on y va" (literally "one goes there") which means the same thing.

Well-known from the phrase "Allons-y, Alonso" (Alonso is a name). Made famous in English by the tenth doctor on Doctor Who though he was actually quoting the character Ferdinand in the '60s French film Pierrot le fou, where the subtitles translate it as "let's go, daddy-o."
Ferdinand: Allons-y, Alonso.
door frankchie 11 november 2012

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