eff off


eff off
ˌeff ˈoff [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they eff off he/she/it effs off present participle effing off past tense effed off past participle effed off] british impolite phrasal verb
used as a less offensive way of saying ‘fuck off’, which is a very offensive way of telling someone to go away or saying that you do not agree with them
Thesaurus: ways of telling someone to go awaysynonym
Main entry: eff

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ˌeff ˈoff derived
(taboo, BrE) a rude way of telling sb to go away, used instead of fuck off
see also effing
Main entry:effderived

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  • eff off — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms eff off : present tense I/you/we/they eff off he/she/it effs off present participle effing off past tense effed off past participle effed off British impolite used as a less offensive way of saying fuck off …   English dictionary

  • eff off — Exclam. Go away. Euphemism for fuck off! See fuck off …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • eff off — verb A censored form of the phrase fuck off …   Wiktionary

  • eff off — Meaning Euphemistic version of fuck off . Origin …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • eff off and don't be annoying me — Everyday English Slang in Ireland phr general ways of telling someone to shut up …   English dialects glossary

  • eff — [ef] v [i]BrE spoken informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: f, the first letter of fuck] 1.) effing and blinding swearing ▪ Did you hear her effing and blinding at him? 2.) eff off! used to tell someone to go away instead of saying fuck off →↑effing …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • eff — vb a euphemism for fuck heard in America and Australia but more popular in Britain. It is most often encountered in the phrase eff off and effing and blinding (cursing, using bad language). ► Mr... put his arms around my waist and tried to kiss… …   Contemporary slang

  • eff — UK [ef] / US verb Word forms eff : present tense I/you/we/they eff he/she/it effs present participle effing past tense effed past participle effed Phrasal verbs: eff off …   English dictionary

  • eff — /ɛf/ (say ef) Colloquial (euphemistic) –verb (t) 1. fuck: eff you! –verb (i) 2. fuck: eff off! –effing, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • eff — verb (I) BrE 1 effing and blinding slang swearing: You should have heard him effing and blinding when he hit his thumb with the hammer. 2 eff off! taboo used to tell someone to go away instead of saying fuck off (fuck1 (1)) see also: effing …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English