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have a jag on

To be drunk. A: "Don't mind him, he just has a jag on." B: "Seriously? How is he drunk already?"
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beat off

1. To send away; to force to retreat. Despite the connotation of "beat," this phrase is often used hyperbolically and does not have to reference violent action. Because their house is in such a great location, they have been beating off a lot of interested buyers. I somehow managed to beat off the intruder with a baseball bat. Your daughter is so pretty—it's only a matter of time until she's beating off the suitors!
2. vulgar slang To masturbate. Typically said of males. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him beating off. How horrifying is that?"
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beat someone or something off

to drive someone or something away by beating. They beat the enemy off. The army beat off the savage attack, saving the town. I was able to beat off the intruder.
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beat off

Repulse, drive away by blows, as in We tried to beat off the flying ants swarming about us. Originating in the mid-1600s in a military context, this term was being used for other activities by the mid-1700s.
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beat off

v.
1. To drive someone or something away, especially by fighting or hitting: Two robbers attacked me on the subway, but I beat them off with my bag. After a long battle, the soldiers beat off the invaders.
2. To defeat someone or something in a competition: Our company intends to beat off our rivals for the contract. The visiting team was behind us for most of the game, but beat us off squarely in the end.
3. Vulgar Slang To masturbate. Used of males.
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beat off

and ball off and jack off and jag off and jerk off and pull oneself off and toss off and wack off and wank off and whack off and whank off and whip off
1. in. to masturbate. (Usually objectionable.) They say if you beat off too much, you’ll get pimples.
2. in. to waste time; to waste one’s efforts; to do something inefficiently. The whole lot of them were jacking off rather than sticking to business. Stop whanking off and get on with your work!
See also: beat, off

jag off

verb
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jag

1. n. a Jaguar automobile. What I really want is a jag.
2. n. a drinking bout; a prolonged state of alcohol or drug intoxication. Is he off on another jag, or is this the same one?
3. n. a prolonged state of emotional excess, especially crying. I’ve been on a jag and can’t get my work done. Is she still on her crying jag?
4. n. a drug rush. (Drugs.) This stuff has no jag at all.
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For that reason, a commander must know how to effectively employ his JAGs so that he receives the very best possible advice.
Subs: Christie Ellliott - on in second half with Jags on way to win, 3.
Stephane Bonnes came within inches of putting Jags in front minutes later, but Thistle were stung by Whittaker six minutes from time.
Jags bounced back and One thundered in a shot from the edge of the box that keeper Scott did well to beat into the air.
Opposition MSPs also want investigations into links between the jag and autism and bowel disease to continue, as more and more parents refuse to let their children have the MMR.
Mr Prescott sparked fury in 1999 by using his work Jag to ferry him and wife Pauline 200 yards from their hotel to the Labour party conference so her new hairdo would not be ruined.
Queens made a complete ricket of the corner when they tried to set up Paton Jags were sharp to break down the set piece and powered forward in numbers.
Jag number seven was towed away this week by the clamping man and rather than go and collect it from the pound, he bought another.
The jolted Jags suffered as they hit the woodwork four times in a desperate bid to claw their way back into the match.
Funny men Bill Tidy and Malky McCormick last night teamed up to boost the Save The Jags Fund.
PARTICK Thistle chairman Tom Hughes last night lashed out at the SPL as the Jags faced up to life outside the top flight.
He joked: "I did a part exchange - so you can't call me Three Jags.
The great thing about Jags is that regardless of age, size or price they immediately look like Jags.
They were 1-0 up at the interval and firmly in the driving seat when they gave away a second half penalty which lit up the Jags fight back.
Antiques dealer Roger Kirby, who paid pounds 2,600 for the Jag at a charity auction 18 months ago, is hoping for an offer before the deadline tonight.