I can add a few slang ones
"casse tes ruines"
"fout moi le camp"
"tire toi de la"
the above is real slang, and street speaking.
A more gentle approach would be:
"allez ouste" where the hand applies a little push.
Need slang help, just ask I am quite good at it.
I had 6 years of classical Greek and Latin (unrelated)
and for the fun when I was a kid made a point to memorize most of a slang dictionary, plus I was born in Paris from a many generations Parisian family, my grand dad wrote for a French well-known newspaper and slang was part of natural working environment.