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come off it

slang Stop it. This set phrase is usually used in the imperative and directed at one who is deemed to be acting foolishly. Oh, come off it, you're as smart as anyone in this program.
See also: come, off

Come off it!

 
1. Inf. Stop acting arrogantly! (See also come off ((of)something).)) Come off it, Tiff. You're not the Queen of England.
2. Inf. Give up your incorrect point of view! Come off it! You're wrong, and you know it!
See also: come, off

come off it

Stop acting or speaking foolishly or pretentiously, as in Oh come off it! you're no smarter than they are. This term, often used as an imperative, dates from the late 1800s, when it was usually put simply as come off.
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come off it!

said when vigorously expressing disbelief. informal
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come ˈoff it

(spoken) used to show that you do not believe somebody/something or that you disagree with somebody: ‘I can’t afford a holiday this year.’ ‘Come off it, you’ve got plenty of money.’
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Come off it!

1. and Get off it! exclam. Stop acting arrogantly! Come off it, Tiff. You’re not the Queen of England. Get off it, you conceited slob!
2. exclam. Give up your incorrect point of view! You are arguing from a foolish position. You’re dead wrong. Get off it!
See also: come, off

come off it

Slang
To stop acting or speaking foolishly or pretentiously. Often used in the imperative.
See also: come, off