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naff off

A forceful exclamation of dismissal, disdain, or impatience. Primarily heard in UK. Naff off, Jerry! I'm sick of listening to you gripe every day. Jenny: "I know Tom is interested in you. Why don't you go out with him?" Sally: "Would you naff off? I wouldn't be caught dead with someone like him!"
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