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get off on

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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)

  1. (slang) To be excited or aroused by; to derive pleasure from.
    • 1973, Bob Dorough, “Figure Eight” (song), Schoolhouse Rock!/Blossom Dearie[1], 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.

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