bog off


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bog off

interj
go away!
vb, bogs, bogging or bogged
(intr, adverb) to go away
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Both say the providers of public toilets should bog off after a survey revealed the extent of dissatisfaction with amenities.
HE can bog off with his talk of a second referendum.
James Knight He can bog off with his talk of a second referendum.
Even though I think I'm doing everything right and I get on great with the girls, I'm sure they go away sometimes and think: "I wish she would bog off.
But Moira is running a farm, not a bottomless cash pit so she tells her to bog off.
I've just told him to leave me alone and not speak to me -- bog off -- I'll be doing my own thing.
Just then, God grabs his arm, there's a flash of lightning and The Creator bellows: "Oy, bog off and get your own soil
Our local supermarket regularly has special offers ( three for the price of two, buy one get one half price, or, best of all, buy one get one free or bog off.
Earlier on Tuesday morning, the helicopter deputies had spotted Whitfield's Chevrolet truck stuck in a mud bog off a dirt road a half-mile from the home, the sergeant said.
He means that if the NHS told a drugs company to bog off, patients would suffer because they wouldn't get their drugs.
She is Australian; and she has been told to bog off by the authorities in our country because it was, they said, too much of a palaver to go through the business of 'sponsoring' her to stay.