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Is "Volle Suppe" a German idiom? And how would that translate into English?

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Volle Suppe!

and similarly

Volle Kanne!

means something like:

Balls to the wall!

or

Full tilt!

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Nice, I just knew "Volle Kanne!", never heard the soup version. – OregonGhost Nov 23 '12 at 10:47

Also used (mostly in the North and usually in context with bikes) "Volles Rohr!"

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OP asked for a translation into English. You're providing a German alternative… – e-sushi Apr 21 '14 at 21:51

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