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diem ex die ducere, differreto put off from one day to another.Rate it:

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do ofAlternative spelling of do offRate it:

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donner le changeTo put off the scent, to mislead.Rate it:

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Downing Streeta street leading off Whitehall in Westminster, London containing the residences of the Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the ExchequerRate it:

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drag one's feetTo procrastinate, put off; to dawdle, avoid, or make progress slowly and reluctantly.Rate it:

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drank the koolaidDid what the Blind majority did, like a lemming, walking off a cliff.Rate it:

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drive-by mediaMedia professionals who "spray" a bunch of repetitive misstatements, mistaken and misinterpreted news reports to cause excitement and confusion. They then figuratively "drive off" leaving the cleanup of their mess and hysteria to others, to correct and properly explain and interpret.Rate it:

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dummy upTo make a mock-up or prototype version of something, without some or all off its intended functionality.Rate it:

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emporter ses cliques et ses claquesTo clear off, bag and baggage.Rate it:

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étourdir la grosse faimTo take the edge off one’s appetite.Rate it:

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être gros jean comme devantTo be no better off than one was before, in spite of all one’s efforts.Rate it:

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excipere aliquem fugientemto cut off some one's flight.Rate it:

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eximere de reis aliquemto strike a person's name off the list of the accused.Rate it:

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faire charlemagneTo leave off a winner, without giving one’s adversaries a chance of revenge.Rate it:

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faire chierto piss off, to annoy or irritateRate it:

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faire chierto have a nightmare, to be pissed offRate it:

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ferre atque agere praedamto carry off booty.Rate it:

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fetch awayTo move off, come loose; to go off suddenly away a given position.Rate it:

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ficher le campto get the hell out; to get out of here; to bugger off; to scarperRate it:

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fool's bargainA bad bargain; one that leaves the person accepting it worse off.Rate it:

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get the bootTo be voted off a competition in a reality television show.Rate it:

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get to fuckGo away!; Fuck off!Rate it:

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get withthis sense?) To get off with.Rate it:

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go outTo be turned off or extinguished.Rate it:

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grandstand playA successful play or other manoeuvre during a sporting competition in which one or more players shows off unnecessarily in order to entertain or impress the spectators.Rate it:

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haut le pied!Be off!Rate it:

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have a goShout at or tell off unnecessarily or excessively.Rate it:

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high on the hogWell off; living comfortably or extravagantly.Rate it:

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hinter vorgehaltener Handoff the recordRate it:

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histrionem exsibilare, explodere, eicere, exigereto hiss an actor off the stage.Rate it:

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il a l’abord rude, mais il s’adoucit bientôtHe receives you roughly at first, but that soon passes off.Rate it:

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il est sans gêneHe is free and easy (casual, off-hand); He makes himself too much at home.Rate it:

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il fait la roueHe shows off.Rate it:

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il fait un vent à décorner (or, écorner) un bœufThere is a wind enough to blow one’s head off.Rate it:

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il fait un vent à écorner (or, décorner) un bœufThe wind is enough to blow one’s head off.Rate it:

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il faut filer (or, filons!) (fam.)We must be off, trot off.Rate it:

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il nous berce de sornettesHe puts us off with silly tales.Rate it:

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il n’a pas demandé son reste!He soon took himself off, I can tell you! He soon shut up, I can tell you!Rate it:

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inside outDescribes the hitting of a ball that pitched outside of leg stump to the off side of the field.Rate it:

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intercludere commeatumto cut off the supplies, intercept them.Rate it:

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intercludere, prohibere hostes commeatuto cut off all supplies of the enemy.Rate it:

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iugum servile a cervicibus deicere (Phil. 1. 2. 6)to shake off the yoke of slavery.Rate it:

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iugum servitutis excutereto shake off the yoke of slavery.Rate it:

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je me sauveI must be off.Rate it:

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je ne fais que toucher barresI am off again immediately.Rate it:

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je ne sais plus où j’en suis1. I have lost the place where I left off (in reading, etc.). 2. I do not know what I am about.Rate it:

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jeter son bonnet par dessus les moulins (of women)To throw off all restraint; Not to care a straw for what people may think of your bad conduct.Rate it:

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jog ongo away, fuck offRate it:

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jump the gunTo begin a race too soon, before the starting gun goes off.Rate it:

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j’ai fait mon travail d’arraché piedI did my work straight off, without stopping.Rate it:

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