get off on (third-person singular simple present gets off on, present participle getting off on, simple past got off on, past participle gotten off on or got off on)
- (slang) To be excited or aroused by; to derive pleasure from.
1973, Bob Dorough, “Figure Eight” (song), Schoolhouse Rock!/Blossom Dearie, in Multiplication Rock (album):
- Now's the chance to get off on your new math tricks: twelve times eight is the same as ten times eight plus two times eight... eighty plus sixteen: ninety-six!
- I don't get off on champagne.