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beat off

1. To send away; to force to retreat. Despite the connotation of "beat," this phrase is often used hyperbolically and does not have to reference violent action. Because their house is in such a great location, they have been beating off a lot of interested buyers. I somehow managed to beat off the intruder with a baseball bat.
2. vulgar slang To masturbate. Typically said of males. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him beating off. How horrifying is that?" How much longer will your little sister beat on the piano tonight? I'm getting a headache from all that racket.
See also: beat, off

jack off

1. noun vulgar slang A thoroughly incompetent, foolish, bumbling, or useless person. I can't believe that jack off got elected to the Senate! Get off the road before you kill someone, jack off!
2. verb vulgar slang To masturbate or bring someone to orgasm, especially a male.
3. verb vulgar slang To waste or pass time idly or by doing nothing. Would you quit jackin' off and help me move this sofa out to the truck?
See also: jack, off

jerk off

1. noun vulgar slang A thoroughly incompetent, foolish, bumbling, or useless person. I can't believe that jerk off got elected to the Senate! Get off the road before you kill someone, jerk off!
2. verb vulgar slang To masturbate or bring someone to orgasm, especially a male.
3. verb vulgar slang To waste or pass time idly or by doing nothing. Would you quit jerkin' off and help me move this sofa out to the truck?
See also: jerk, off

beat someone or something off

to drive someone or something away by beating. They beat the enemy off. The army beat off the savage attack, saving the town. I was able to beat off the intruder.
See also: beat, off

jerk something off (of) someone or something

 and jerk something off
to snatch or quickly pull something off someone or something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Alice jerked the top off the box and poured out the contents. She jerked off the box top.
See also: jerk, off

toss someone or something off (of) something

 and toss someone or something off
to hurl someone or something from something. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) The gigantic ape was going to toss the woman off of the Empire State Building. The ape did not toss off the woman.
See also: off, toss

toss something off

 
1. Lit. to throw something off (of oneself). Bob coughed so hard he tossed his blanket off. Tom tossed off his jacket and sat down to watch television.
2. Fig. to ignore or resist the bad effects of something. John insulted Bob, but Bob just tossed it off. If I couldn't toss off insults, I'd be miserable.
3. Fig. to produce something easily or quickly. I tossed that article off in only an hour. Joe just tossed off a few words and left the room.
4. Fig. to drink a drink very quickly. He tossed a few beers off and left. He tossed off a beer.
See also: off, toss

whack something off

 
1. Sl. to complete something easily or quickly. If you want a pair of these, I can whack them off for you in a few minutes. The artisan whacked off a set of the earrings in a few minutes.
2. Sl. to cut or chop something off. A tree branch is rubbing against the house. I guess I'll go out and whack that branch off. Whack off that other branch while you are at it.
See also: off, whack

whip something off

 
1. Inf. to do or create something quickly. If you need another receipt, I can whip one off in a jiffy. She whipped off another set of earrings for the tourist.
2. Inf. to remove something, such as an item of clothing, quickly. He whipped the coat off and dived into the water. I whipped off my cap.
See also: off, whip

beat off

Repulse, drive away by blows, as in We tried to beat off the flying ants swarming about us. Originating in the mid-1600s in a military context, this term was being used for other activities by the mid-1700s.
See also: beat, off

jerk off

Also, jack off. Masturbate, as in His roommate was always jerking off. [ Vulgar slang; first half of 1900s]
See also: jerk, off

toss off

1. Do readily or without effort, as in Asimov was amazing, tossing off book after book. [Mid-1800s]
2. Also, toss down. Consume quickly, especially a drink in one draft. For example, He tossed off the beer and headed for the door, or She tossed down one glass after another. [Late 1500s]
See also: off, toss

whack off

1. Cut off, as in The cook whacked off the fish's head with one blow, or The barber whacked off more hair than I wanted him to. [Slang; first half of 1900s]
2. Masturbate, as in He went to his room and whacked off. [ Vulgar slang; mid-1900s]
See also: off, whack

beat off

v.
1. To drive someone or something away, especially by fighting or hitting: Two robbers attacked me on the subway, but I beat them off with my bag. After a long battle, the soldiers beat off the invaders.
2. To defeat someone or something in a competition: Our company intends to beat off our rivals for the contract. The visiting team was behind us for most of the game, but beat us off squarely in the end.
3. Vulgar Slang To masturbate. Used of males.
See also: beat, off

jack off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used chiefly of males.
See also: jack, off

jerk off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used chiefly of males.
See also: jerk, off

toss off

v.
1. To remove clothing quickly or carelessly: We tossed off our mittens and sat down to eat. I tossed my clothes off and threw on a swimsuit.
2. To do or finish something effortlessly or casually: The author tossed the book off in under a month. I tossed off an article and submitted it to the magazine.
3. Vulgar Slang To masturbate. Used of males.
See also: off, toss

wank off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used of males.
See also: off, wank

whack off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used of males.
See also: off, whack

whip off

v.
1. To snatch, pull, or remove something in a sudden manner: The worker whipped off his cap. The storm whipped the shingles off.
2. To snatch, pull, or remove something from something in a sudden manner: The storm whipped the roof off the house.
3. To make or produce something quickly: The guitarist whipped off a chord. I whipped the letter to the editor off in 10 minutes.
See also: off, whip

ball off

verb
See also: ball, off

beat off

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1. in. to masturbate. (Usually objectionable.) They say if you beat off too much, you’ll get pimples.
2. in. to waste time; to waste one’s efforts; to do something inefficiently. The whole lot of them were jacking off rather than sticking to business. Stop whanking off and get on with your work!
See also: beat, off

jack off

verb
See also: jack, off

jag off

verb
See also: jag, off

jerk off

verb
See also: jerk, off

jerk off

in. to masturbate. (see also beat off. Usually objectionable.) That kid spends all his time jerking off.
See also: jerk, off

pull oneself off

verb
See also: off, pull

toss off

verb
See also: off, toss

wack off

verb
See also: off, wack

wank off

verb
See also: off, wank

whack off

verb
See also: off, whack

whank off

verb
See also: off, whank

whip off

verb
See also: off, whip