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clear off (or out)

Definition of clear off or out in English:

[usually in imperative] informal Go away: ‘Clear off!’ he yelled
More example sentences
  • He's had two children by her and then in 2002 he clears off.
Synonyms
go away, get out, leave;
be off with you!, shoo!, make yourself scarce!, on your way!
informal beat it, push off, clear out, shove off, scram, scoot, skedaddle, buzz off
British informal hop it, sling your hook
Australian/New Zealand informal rack off
North American informal bug off, take a hike
South African informal voetsak, hamba
vulgar slang piss off, bugger off
archaic begone
See parent entry: clear

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