Definition of bug off in English:

bug off

North American informal Go away: I assumed you’d come to tell me to bug off
More example sentences
  • She politely told him to bug off and returned to the breakfast table to finish the comics.
  • Why couldn't I just have told Van to bug off and that I'm not interested in getting to know him?
  • I wanted to resolve things with Carter… but I wanted to tell him to bug off at the same time.
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Pronunciation: ˈapəzit
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something