suck off


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suck off

vb
(tr, adverb) slang to perform the act of fellatio or cunnilingus on
Translations

w>suck off

vt sep (vulg) to suck somebody offjdm einen (ab)lutschen (vulg)
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I had hypersalivation and had to use a machine like they have at the dentist's office to suck off the excessive saliva.
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Mullet do not graze on grass, but scrape and suck off microscopic plants/bacteria growing on sand/mud substrates, microcrustaceans and dead plant and animal matter (we call detritus) and the rich layer of microscopic organisms on the water's surface (neuston).