cop off

cop off

vb (intr, adverb)
cop off with informal Brit to establish an amorous or sexual relationship with
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I reply, "Maybe if you kept your gob shut, you'd cop off.
She was already on the war path after the moronic Bacchus let a fellow cop off the hook when they caught him entering a brothel.
He said that viewers can "expect a lot of nudity" from him, as well as seeing him "trying to have a good time and cop time and cop off with anyone I can".
Still, a wedding is always a good chance for people to cop off, and that's definitely true tonight for two couples who aren't even invited.
The cult BBC show stars Lee Mack as the affable couch potato, hanging out with nerdy mate Tim (Tim Vine) while trying to cop off with his landlady Lucy (Sally Bretton).
All those bloody posh students in their straw trilbies, Hunter wellies and Top Shop shabby chic, downing crates of Fosters and trying to cop off with the bird in the next tent by banging on about the deep-hewn spirituality of the surrounding countryside?
His revenge was to cop off with Edgar's sister Isabella, leaving Cathy with only housekeeper Nelly to comfort her.
The most raunchy episode the UK grocery industry has seen was when Arkwright tried to cop off with nurse Gladys Emmanuel.
Seasoned hands looking to cop off (pun intended) from too much getting involved and eager beaver rookies looking to make a mark.
Jeffrey Phillipson tweeted: "if you didn't cop off there you wouldn't cop off anywhere.
There's also Rob, who spends an entire night semi-stalking a mystery blonde and new girl Claudia, whose attempts to cop off with a mate's guy land her in hot water.
And John Cranko's Pineapple Poll is pure fun, a toe-tapping homage to Gilbert & Sullivan in which all the nice girls love a sailor but can't all cop off with the captain.