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Definition of kiss-off in English:

noun

informal , chiefly North American
A rude or abrupt dismissal or rejection: ambassadorship was the usual kiss-off for a senior official
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  • But Williams isn't just writing a bunch of bitter kiss-offs here.
  • In the song, Jones confesses that she's humiliated herself in a bad relationship, so by its conclusion I was expecting a great kiss-off.
  • Around 12.30 am, George announced that the time had arrived… time for the big kiss-off.

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