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run offTo make photocopies, or print.Rate it:

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run offTo pour or spill off or over.Rate it:

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run offTo chase someone away.Rate it:

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run offTo operate by a particular energy source.Rate it:

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sag offTo skive, to not attend school when required to do so.Rate it:

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sag offUsed other than as an idiom: sag off.Rate it:

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scare the pants off ofTo scare or startle thoroughly.Rate it:

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score offTo defeat (especially in an argument), get the better of, achieve a success over, gain an advantage or win points over, make a point to the detriment or at the expense of, make appear foolish. Sometimes with particle on (someone).Rate it:

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score offTo delete or remove (especially from a list); to score out, strike out or strike off, cross out or cross off; to draw a line through.Rate it:

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score offUsed other than as an idiom: see score, off. To score from.Rate it:

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scream one's head offTo scream out to one's full capacityRate it:

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screw offTo remove the lid of a jar or other container by unscrewing it.Rate it:

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screw offTo fail to do one's work; to goof off.Rate it:

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screw offTo go away at someone's urging; to bugger off.Rate it:

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screw offTo urge someone to leave.Rate it:

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screw-offSomeone who often fails to do his or her work; someone known to goof off.Rate it:

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screw-offThe ability to be removed by unscrewing (screwing off)Rate it:

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send offdismiss from playRate it:

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set offTo begin; to cause; to initiate.Rate it:

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set offTo cause to explode.Rate it:

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set offTo count an addition in one thing against a reduction in something else.Rate it:

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set offTo leave; to begin a journey or trip.Rate it:

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setting offbeginning a journeyRate it:

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shit or get off the potTo choose between taking action now, or foregoing the opportunity until a later date.Rate it:

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shoot off at the mouthDon't let [presidential press secretary Ron] Ziegler shoot off at the mouth without our knowledge.Rate it:

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shoot off at the mouthTo boast, or brag, or talk too much.Rate it:

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shoot off at the mouthTo disclose some information that was supposed to be secret.Rate it:

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shoot one's mouth offTo make reckless or exaggerated statements.Rate it:

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shove offTo leaveRate it:

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show offTo exhibit; to demonstrate one's skill, talent, etc. for its own sake.Rate it:

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show offwhen you think you are the best you SHOW OFF to others by repeating every time 'I am the best' without knowing others' opinion for you.Rate it:

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shrug offTo ignore or disregard; to be indifferent.Rate it:

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shuffle off this mortal coilTo die; to divest oneself of one's mortal body.Rate it:

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sign offTerm used to describe the closing of a radio or television station's studios and cessation of a broadcasting signal, usually during the overnight hours.Rate it:

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sing off the same hymn sheetTo be in agreement, to coordinate answers.Rate it:

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slag offTo talk insultingly to or about someone or something.Rate it:

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sling offTo criticise or mockRate it:

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sling off the bluesIt is not uncommon for individuals to become discouraged, down in the dumps, and want to throw in the towel.Rate it:

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smart offTo show disrespect verbally.Rate it:

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snap someone's head offTo suddenly and sharply rebuke or insult a person, especially in response to a harmless remark.Rate it:

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square offTo get in the fighting position.Rate it:

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stand offTo prevent any would-be attacker from coming close by adopting an offensive posture.Rate it:

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start off on the wrong footTo begin badly; especially, to begin a relationship badly.Rate it:

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stave offTo prevent something from happening; to obviate or avert.Rate it:

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sweep someone off their feetTo seduce someone romantically.Rate it:

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switch offTo turn a switch to the "off" position in order to stop or disable a device.Rate it:

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switch offTo alternate between; to trade.Rate it:

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take offTo leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.Rate it:

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