bog off


Also found in: Idioms.

bog off

interj
go away!
vb, bogs, bogging or bogged
(intr, adverb) to go away
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The kid who disappeared for a whole series and apparently knows everything that's going to happen - yeah, that might be handy - but, he lets his brother/cousin and the rightful heir bog off back to The Wall.
The kid that disappeared for a whole series and apparently knows everything that's going to happen - yeh, that might be handy - but, yet lets his brother/cousin and the rightful heir, bog off back to The Wall.
And with most people checking the online history of their dates before committing to something more serious, bigots run a big risk of being told to kindly bog off.
Both say the providers of public toilets should bog off after a survey revealed the extent of dissatisfaction with amenities.
Ooh, you must have children!' Bog off. Do you know what I mean?"
James Knight He can bog off with his talk of a second referendum.
But Moira is running a farm, not a bottomless cash pit so she tells her to bog off.
But Moira is running a farm, not a bottomless cash pit so she tells her to bog off. It's a decision she very quickly ends up regretting.
"I've just told him to leave me alone and not speak to me -- bog off -- I'll be doing my own thing.