get it off


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get off

1. To physically climb off of or disembark from something. We're in the last row, so it’s going to take us awhile to get off the plane. Get off that ladder before you fall and hurt yourself! Get off the couch and start helping me already.
2. To remove someone or something from some surface. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "get" and "off." Hey, get your feet off the table! Can you get your stuff off my bed?
3. To depart. When do you guys get off on your trip?
4. To shoot ammunition. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "off." I could only get off one shot before the burglars fled.
5. In sports, to successfully complete an action, such as a shot or pass, before time expires or contact is made. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "off." I'm not sure he got off that shot before the buzzer went off. It will be difficult for him to get a pass off with all of this defensive pressure.
6. To send something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "off." Have you gotten off that email yet? If not, I have a few more lines to add.
7. To physically remove something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "off." I just can't seem to get this sticky stuff off the floor. Get off those wet clothes before you catch cold!
8. To receive a less severe punishment or avoid punishment altogether. I can't believe that known criminal got off with such a light sentence. You're only grounded for a week? You got off easy if you ask me. As a prosecutor, I know what it's like when someone who I know is guilty gets off.
9. To cause someone to receive a less severe punishment or avoid punishment altogether. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "off." Do you really think you can get this guy off with a lighter sentence?
10. To finish one's workday. I get off today at three, so I'll stop by on my way home.
11. To stop bothering or nagging someone. Get off my back, will you? I'm working as fast as I can!
12. To be so bold as to do something. She's not my boss, so where does she get off assigning me yet another project?
13. slang To be or become particularly excited by or enthusiastic about something, especially in, or likened to, a sexual manner. Can be considered vulgar. It seems like Kaya gets off on the power of her new corporate management role. I don't know why you get off on going to the gym every day—it just seems like a chore to me!
14. slang To have an amorous or sexual encounter with someone. Primarily heard in UK. We weren't at the party for more than 30 minutes when Jake got off with some guy he'd just met. I heard Janet got off with one of her co-workers.
15. vulgar slang To experience orgasm.
16. vulgar slang To cause one to experience orgasm. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "get" and "off."
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get it off

Sl. to achieve sexual release; to copulate. (Potentially offensive. Use only with discretion. Compare this with get it off with someone.) Harry kept saying he had to get it off or die. What's wrong with Harry? The entire crew of the yacht came ashore to get it off.
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get it off

tv. to ejaculate; to achieve sexual release; to copulate. (Usually objectionable.) The entire crew of the yacht came ashore to get it off.
See also: get, off