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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Ever drive a screw that you thought was short enough, only to have the tip of it break through the other side of your workpiece?
Do not allow the tip of the screwdriver to turn plum purple or red or the temper will be lost and the screwdriver tip will deform when you are attempting to remove a screw that is dug in tight.
Also introducing Posi-Melt injection screw that delivers higher output and better mixing at lower melt temperature.
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The Doublemelt is a double-flighted screw that is said to provide more uniform plastication and prevent melt-cushion fluctuations in small screws of 18 to 30 mm diam.
You may have to experiment with a few different lengths to find a screw that you can drive fully and that holds securely.
Or, you could be using the wrong screw and/or barrel, a screw that's too short, adapters and flow channels that are too wide, inappropriate die design, or incorrect heater or thermocouple locations.
The initial compression zone of the kneader is also redesigned with a tapered screw that allows five times higher free volume.
* Micromolding demands a small screw that is proportioned to the shot size, but there is a limit to how small.
The next step in this investigation will be to build and evaluate a proposed optimum screw that combines a short barrier section in the transition zone (for higher output) with a single Union Carbide mixer in the screw's midsection (for good color dispersion and temperature control).
Macro Engineering will show its new Macroplast extruder with a screw that can be removed from the rear, also without removing downstream equipment or the die.
Like the Buss Kneader, B&P's new CK and CKS machines have a single reciprocating screw that interacts with stationary pins on the barrel wall.
Compex has a new patented mixing element on the screw that moves material backward, lessening pressure, shear stress, and temperature, Berstorff says.
Low-intensity vertical mixers for compounding and pellet mixing have a central vertical screw that transports product from the lower portion of the mixer cone up through the product mass and discharges at the top.