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off one's dot

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off one's dot

  1. (idiomatic, Britain, colloquial, humorous) Mad; insane.
    • 1912, Katherine Mansfield, The Woman at the Store, from "Selected Short Stories"
      "Gone a bit off 'er dot", he whispered []

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