piss off

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piss off (third-person singular simple present pisses off, present participle pissing off, simple past and past participle pissed off)

  1. (idiomatic, intransitive, vulgar, colloquial, UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland) To leave, to go away. [from mid-20th c.]
    They've pissed off and left us in the lurch!
    Why don't you piss off and leave us alone?
  2. (idiomatic, transitive vulgar, colloquial) To annoy, anger
    What really pisses me off about my job is that I have to get up at six o'clock.
    • 2022 October 5, Harby, Lauren, “What We Know About Celine Dion's Health Battle”, in The List[1]:
      It pisses people off that I am thin and I don't make any effort.

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InterjectionEdit

piss off!

  1. (UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, idiomatic, vulgar, colloquial, dismissal) Go away!