screw (someone)/that

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screw (someone)/that

A rude and angry expression of disgust or dissatisfaction with someone or something, especially indicating that one doesn't want to be associated with the person or do the thing in question. A: "The manager said all staff have to be in tomorrow at 6 AM to help with the stock check." B: "Screw that! There's no way I'm coming in that early!" She treated you like garbage, and now she expects you to help her with the business? Screw her!
See also: screw, that

screw you

rude slang An interjection of angry dismissal or contempt. A: "Wow, you're a lousy mechanic, Ben." B: "Hey, your car's running, isn't it? So screw you!" Screw you! I'll didn't want to eat with you anyway!
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screw you

Go to hell, as in You won't help after all? Well, screw you! A euphemism for the still ruder fuck you, this slangy term dates from the mid-1900s.
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screw ˈhim, ˈyou, ˈthat, etc.

(taboo, slang) an offensive way of showing that you are annoyed or do not care about somebody/something
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She added: "It's a challenge to be a parent and not screw somebody up.
It's such an insanely competitive town that everyone has to go to bed early so they can be up early and screw somebody over breakfast.