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doss about

To waste time; to shirk one's work or responsibility by doing something unproductive. Primarily heard in UK. There's no way we'll get this project finished on time if everyone keeps dossing about like this! I should have been working on my paper all weekend long, but instead, I just dossed about playing videogames.
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doss around

To waste time; to shirk one's work or responsibility by doing something unproductive. Primarily heard in UK. There's no way we'll get this project finished on time if everyone keeps dossing about like this! I should have been working on my paper all weekend long, but instead, I just dossed about playing videogames.
See also: around, doss

doss down

slang To lie down and sleep. I was so tired that I just dossed down in the middle of the living room.
See also: doss, down

doss down (for some time)

Sl. to lie down to sleep for a period of time. Chuck dossed down for a few hours before the evening performance. It's midnight: time to doss down.
See also: doss, down

doss down (for some time)

in. to lie down to sleep for a period of time. Chuck dossed down for a few hours before the evening performance.
See also: doss, down, time

doss down

verb
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