Last modified on 10 December 2013, at 08:58

see off

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to see off (phrasal verb)

  1. To accompany someone to a point of departure
  2. To defeat
    • 2011 October 15, Owen Phillips, “Stoke 2 - 0 Fulham”, BBC Sport:
      Jon Walters and Rory Delap scored late goals as Stoke continued their unbeaten home start by seeing off Fulham with a dominant second-half display.

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