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My ability to listen to and understand spoken German is inferior to my ability to read German. So I'm watching this video, a commercial for a TV show.

During 0:18 through 0:20, Nena says:

Jungs, zieht euch __ an.

I've gone through it several times and I can't make out the missing word. Can someone help?

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Jungs, zieht euch warm an

The meaning is not a recommendation to wear warm clothes, it is something like "macht Euch auf 'was gefasst",

You can find some discussions on it at Leo:

There was a question for an English translation of the meaning at

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