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buzz off

1. slang Go away. Leave me alone. Usually used as an imperative. Buzz off, little brother—I've got things to do. What are you kids doing on my lawn? Buzz off!
2. slang To leave a place hastily. Yeah, we were at the party last night, but we buzzed off when we heard sirens approaching.
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buzz off

Fig. to leave quickly. I've got to buzz off. Bye. It's time for me to buzz off.
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buzz off

Go away, leave. For example, The store owner told the teenagers to buzz off and find another place to hang out. This curt imperative dates from World War I. Also see bug off.
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buzz off

v. Slang
To leave quickly; go away. Used chiefly as a command: Buzz off and leave me alone! I told them to buzz off because I was trying to study.
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Ron said: "The buzzard just wouldn't buzz off - it was absolute agony.
I used to buzz off the sound of the van coming up the street.
I would buzz off them but whether they would buzz off me, I don't know.
But it is the politically correct bleeding hearts who should buzz off instead, says shopkeeper Rob Gough.
But it is the politically correct, would-be do-gooders who should buzz off, according to shopkeeper Rob Gough.
When Des Browne, the parttime Minister or indeed any member of Government needs to buzz off on one of their many jollies, let them travel by Nimrod instead of their usual modern jets.
A source told the New York Post: "Crowe came back and said he'd forgot the script approval and wanted to do the film, but they told him to buzz off.
The Thais have found that, by hanging CDs on string over the dining tables, flies do quick U-turns and buzz off when they see their own reflection.