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lick off

1. To remove something by lapping it up with one's tongue. A noun or pronoun can be used between "lick" and "off." The animal licked the dirt and blood off its young. We sat licking ice cream off our hands in the hot summer sun.
2. vulgar slang To bring a woman to orgasm by performing cunnilingus. A noun or pronoun can be used between "lick" and "off."
See also: lick, off

lick something off (of) something

 and lick something off
to remove something from something by licking with the tongue. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) The dog licked the grease off of the floor where the meat had dropped. The dog licked off the grease.
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The waning light licks off the roofs of the hundreds of houses in Kibera.
While they are recreating the Stones' live show from '81, Let It Bleed is studying the licks off the studio albums because, live, the Stones' tempos are inconsistent, all over the place and not always particularly any good, Revelli and Varnum said.
"Slash, I remember him as a kid spying on me when I was playing guitar and I'd teach him little licks, and now I'm learning licks off him, it's really good," Wood said on Absolute Classic Rock radio.
The band are individually and collectively superb too, particularly Nick Radcliffe who has Scotty Moore and James Burton's licks off pat.
"Raising feed troughs, taking care not to spill feed and lifting mineral licks off the ground are all good practice and farmers should try to incorporate these precautions into their farm management system.