sod off

sod off
Verb. Go away, leave. Usually used in the imperative. E.g."If he doesn't sod off in the next 2 minutes I'm going to hit him."

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  • sod off — (vulgar sl; usu imperative) To go away • • • Main Entry: ↑sod * * * sod off Brit informal + impolite used to tell someone to leave or go away Sod off or I ll call the police. • • • Main Entry: ↑sod * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • sod off — phrasal verb [intransitive, always in imperative] Word forms sod off : present tense I/you/we/they sod off he/she/it sods off present participle sodding off past tense sodded off past participle sodded off British impolite a) used for telling… …   English dictionary

  • sod off — verb Go away. Why dont you just sod off and leave me alone? Syn: register, bugger off, be off, depart, go, go away, leave, take off, take ones leave …   Wiktionary

  • sod off — vb British to leave, go away. The phrase is almost always an imperative, sometimes con veying only mild annoyance or aggres sion. ► I told them to sod off and leave me alone …   Contemporary slang

  • sod off — PHRASAL VERB: only imper If someone tells someone else to sod off, they are telling them in a very rude way to go away or leave them alone. [BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] …   English dictionary

  • Sod Off, God! We Believe in Our Rockband — is the first and only album released by Swedish hard rock band Rallypack. In 2006 Rallypack became Lillasyster.The songs#Pissman #Long Ride #Book of Instructions #Luke Skywalker #7 Eleven Shaolin #Piss on a Piano #La Samba Mei #And in the Car #I… …   Wikipedia

  • sod off — go away. → sod …   English new terms dictionary

  • Sod off — exclamation of rejection, dismissal, etc.; piss off! (shortened form of sodomite , used as an insult) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • sod off — Australian Slang exclamation of rejection, dismissal, etc.; piss off! (shortened form of sodomite , used as an insult) …   English dialects glossary

  • sod off — intransitive verb Etymology: 4sod Date: 1960 British scram usually used as a command …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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