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bog off

Get out of here; go away; get lost. Primarily heard in UK. Listen, I don't want to buy any, so why don't you just bog off and leave me alone!
See also: bog, off
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Just then, God grabs his arm, there's a flash of lightning and The Creator bellows: "Oy, bog off and get your own soil!"
That reflected city council leader Joe Anderson's comments when he told Mr Semoff to "bog off."
I tell them to bog off. In comes former Warwickshire cricketer Dennis Amiss looking for volunteers to play in the traditional England v Australia game between the Press contingents.
Our local supermarket regularly has special offers ( three for the price of two, buy one get one half price, or, best of all, buy one get one free or bog off.
As for Robbie's wife Ayda Field, she may have started the series as part of a BOGOF however, by the end of it, most viewers were wishing she would just bog off.
As for Robbie's wife Ayda Field, she may have started the series as part of a BOGOF, however, by the end of it, most viewers were wishing she would just bog off.
He means that if the NHS told a drugs company to bog off, patients would suffer because they wouldn't get their drugs.
"She is Australian; and she has been told to bog off by the authorities in our country because it was, they said, too much of a palaver to go through the business of 'sponsoring' her to stay." It was the "infamous consequence" of joining the European Community when Britain "betrayed our relationships with Commonwealth countries", he suggested.
Bog off! What word in Arabic denotes a person who has been wronged by the murder of a relative, but to whom blood revenge is still denied?
Don't fall for that old trick, if they are banging on then bog off somewhere else and let them talk to an empty room.
"I thought they looked a bit puzzled when I told them to bog off and take their stinking bitumen with them."
Last night as he arrived there carrying a holdall, he told waiting reporters to 'bog off'.
If a guy starts to follow you home, you're grown up enough to tell him to bog off.''
What drives him to pick up the phone for the 30th time in a day during which he's already got through 29 times and been told to bog off?