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block offTo book, set aside.Rate it:

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blow offTo pass gas; to break wind.Rate it:

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break offTo end abruptly, either temporarily or permanently.Rate it:

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brush offAn abrupt rebuff or dismissal.Rate it:

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bunk offTo play truant.Rate it:

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bunk offWe all bunked off school yesterday to watch the football.Rate it:

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cap offTo finish.Rate it:

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chew offUsed other than as an idiom: see chew, off.Rate it:

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cordon offTo protect from intrusion by enclosing in a rope barrier.Rate it:

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cross offTo finish; to mark something as complete.Rate it:

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cry offTo cancel something that one has previously arranged with someone.Rate it:

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cut offTo end abruptly.Rate it:

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cut offTo interrupt.Rate it:

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drop offTo fall.Rate it:

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easy as falling off a logVery easy.Rate it:

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fall offTo diminish in size or value.Rate it:

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finish offTo kill.Rate it:

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get off one's high horseTo stop acting in an imperious, overbearing or bossy manner.Rate it:

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go offTo putrefy or become inedible.Rate it:

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go offTo like less.Rate it:

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goof offTo dawdle; to engage in idle activity or inactivity.Rate it:

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hand offTo pass or transfer something to someone.Rate it:

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kick offTo force the weaning of a bovine cow's calf by restricting the calf's access to its mother's udders. Used figuratively or literally.Rate it:

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laugh one's head offTo laugh uproariouslyRate it:

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lay offTo place all or part of a bet with another bookmaker in order to reduce risk.Rate it:

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lay offAlone.Rate it:

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nod offTo fall asleep, especially while in a seated position or in inappropriate circumstances.Rate it:

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peel offTo separate off from the main body, to move off to one side; as in troop movements on a parade ground or an organized retreat, or columns in a procession.Rate it:

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pissed offAnnoyed, upset, angry.Rate it:

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polish offTo finish (complete) something (like food).Rate it:

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polish offTo remove by polishing .Rate it:

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pop offTo die suddenly.Rate it:

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pop offTo release flatulence, in most cases, in short rapid succession.Rate it:

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power offTo turn off, to cut the power to.Rate it:

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rip offTo steal, cheat or swindle.Rate it:

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round offTo complete or finish something.Rate it:

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run offTo write something quickly.Rate it:

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scrape offTo remove something by a scraping action.Rate it:

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sound offTo hold forth about something in an opinionated manner.Rate it:

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strip offTo be removed by stripping.Rate it:

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swear offTo quit or cease completely, or to promise to quit, as of a bad habit.Rate it:

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switch offTo lose interest, and start thinking about something else.Rate it:

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take offTo imitate, often in a satirical manner.Rate it:

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take offTo quantify.Rate it:

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take offTo leave unexpectedly, blow the joint, leave in a huff, run out, evacuate, disband, abandon, rush away, fly the coop, jump the rails, jump the gun.Rate it:

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take the gilt off the gingerbreadTo take away the most attractive or appealing qualities of something; to destroy the illusion.Rate it:

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taper offTo diminish or lessen gradually; to become smaller, slower, quieter, etc.Rate it:

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tee offTo irritate, vex, or annoy.Rate it:

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torqued offAnnoyed, upset, angry.Rate it:

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jerk-offSomeone who behaves rudely or inappropriately, or is ignorant of certain social norms, usually a male.Rate it:

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