get off definition

  • verb:
    • To move from being on top of (some thing) to not being above it.
    • To move (some thing) from being in addition to (something else) never to being on top of it.
    • to go from being over (some thing) never to being above it.
    • To disembark, specifically from size transportation, such as for example a bus or train.
    • To move (anything) from becoming on top of (something else) never to becoming on top of it.
    • To stop (performing some thing), to desist from (performing something).
    • To disembark, specifically from mass transport, such as a bus or train.
    • to maneuver from becoming on top of (something) not to being in addition to it.
    • to prevent utilizing an item of equipment, such as a telephone or computer.
    • To move (anything) from becoming in addition to (something else) never to becoming together with it.
    • To complete a shift or a day's work.
    • to avoid (performing something), to desist from (performing something).
    • To disembark, specifically from size transportation, such as a bus or train.
    • To stop touching or interfering with one thing or somebody.
    • to cease utilizing some equipment, such a telephone or computer system.
    • To stop (performing anything), to desist from (performing anything).
    • To move from being over (anything) never to becoming over it.
    • To complete a shift or per day's work.
    • to maneuver (something) from being along with (another thing) never to being on top of it.
    • to avoid using a bit of gear, such as a telephone or computer.
    • to avoid holding or interfering with some thing or some one.
    • To disembark, especially from size transportation, like a bus or train.
    • to perform a shift or every single day's work.
    • To excite or arouse, particularly in a sexual fashion.
    • To excite or arouse, particularly in a sexual way.
    • to quit pressing or interfering with one thing or someone.
    • to cease (performing some thing), to desist from (performing one thing).
    • to have a climax or any other sexual joy; to become sexually aroused.
    • to prevent using a piece of equipment, including a telephone or computer system.
    • to see an orgasm or any other sexual satisfaction; to become sexually aroused.
    • To stimulate or arouse, especially in a sexual way.
    • To bear (mild) consequences.
    • To incur (mild) effects.
    • to perform a shift or just about every day's work.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • to have an orgasm or any other sexual pleasure; to be intimately stimulated.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • to get rid of touching or interfering with something or some body.
    • To bear (moderate) consequences.
    • To stimulate or arouse, especially in a sexual fashion.
    • To act in an presumptuous, rude, or invasive fashion.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • leave a car, plane, etc.
    • To experience a climax or any other sexual pleasure; to become intimately aroused.
    • To act in an presumptuous, rude, or invasive manner.
    • transfer
    • To bear (mild) effects.
    • To fall asleep.
    • reason enough to be acquitted; log off the hook; in a legal instance
    • be relieved of one's duties temporarily
    • To respond in an presumptuous, rude, or invasive way.
    • leave a car, plane, etc.
    • enjoy in a sexual means
    • transfer
    • escape potentially unpleasant consequences; pull off a forbidden activity
    • alight from (a horse)
    • reason enough to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal instance
    • get free from quickly
    • To respond in an presumptuous, rude, or intrusive manner.
    • leave an automobile, aircraft, etc.
    • leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
    • deliver verbally
    • transfer
    • move
    • cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal situation
    • submit via the postal service
    • reason to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal situation
    • have large, stoned, or drugged
    • be relieved of your responsibilities briefly
    • be relieved of the obligations temporarily
    • be relieved of the obligations temporarily
    • enjoy in a sexual way
    • enjoy in a sexual way
    • enjoy in a sexual way
    • escape potentially unpleasant consequences; pull off a forbidden activity
    • escape potentially unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden action
    • alight from (a horse)
    • escape potentially unpleasant effects; pull off a forbidden activity
    • alight from (a horse)
    • alight from (a horse)
    • get out of quickly
    • deliver verbally
    • escape rapidly
    • send through the postal service
    • deliver verbally
    • get high, stoned, or drugged
    • submit via the postal solution
    • get high, stoned, or drugged
    • escape rapidly
    • deliver verbally
    • send through the postal solution
    • get high, stoned, or drugged
    • to maneuver from being over (some thing) not to becoming over it.
    • To move (one thing) from being over (something else) never to being together with it.
    • to go from being above (some thing) never to becoming on top of it.
    • To disembark, especially from mass transportation, such as for example a bus or train.
    • To move (anything) from being above (something else) to not becoming above it.
    • To stop (doing some thing), to desist from (doing some thing).
    • To disembark, specifically from mass transport, such as a bus or train.
    • to cease using a bit of equipment, particularly a telephone or computer.
    • To stop (performing anything), to desist from (doing some thing).
    • To complete a shift or each and every day's work.
    • To stop making use of a piece of equipment, eg a telephone or computer system.
    • to perform a shift or a day's work.
    • to cease pressing or interfering with something or some one.
    • To stimulate or arouse, especially in a sexual manner.
    • To stop coming in contact with or interfering with anything or some one.
    • to have an orgasm or any other sexual satisfaction; in order to become intimately aroused.
    • To incur (moderate) consequences.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • To act in an presumptuous, rude, or invasive fashion.
    • leave a car, plane, etc.
    • transfer
    • to go from becoming in addition to (one thing) to not being on top of it.
    • reason to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal instance
    • be relieved of your respective tasks briefly
    • to go (something) from becoming on top of (something else) to not being together with it.
    • enjoy in a sexual means
    • To disembark, specially from size transportation, such as for example a bus or train.
    • escape potentially unpleasant consequences; pull off a forbidden activity
    • to get rid of (doing something), to desist from (doing anything).
    • alight from (a horse)
    • to quit utilizing an item of gear, particularly a telephone or computer.
    • get free from rapidly
    • to perform a shift or each day's work.
    • to cease holding or interfering with something or some one.
    • To excite or arouse, especially in a sexual manner.
    • to have an orgasm or other sexual pleasure; to be sexually aroused.
    • To incur (moderate) consequences.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • To behave in an presumptuous, rude, or invasive fashion.
    • leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
    • transfer
    • reason to be acquitted; log off the hook; in a legal situation
    • To excite or arouse, particularly in a sexual way.
    • To move from being on top of (something) to not being on top of it.
    • be relieved of your responsibilities briefly
    • to see an orgasm or any other sexual joy; to become intimately stimulated.
    • deliver verbally
    • to go (anything) from becoming along with (another thing) never to being above it.
    • enjoy in a sexual method
    • To bear (mild) consequences.
    • send via the postal solution
    • escape possibly unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden activity
    • To disembark, especially from size transportation, like a bus or train.
    • to-fall asleep.
    • get high, stoned, or drugged
    • To respond in an presumptuous, rude, or intrusive fashion.
    • to get rid of (performing anything), to desist from (performing something).
    • alight from (a horse)
    • leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
    • to end using an item of equipment, such a telephone or computer system.
    • get out of rapidly
    • transfer
    • To complete a shift or daily's work.
    • deliver verbally
    • reason enough to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal situation
    • to cease holding or interfering with some thing or some one.
    • deliver via the postal service
    • be relieved of one's duties briefly
    • To excite or arouse, particularly in a sexual manner.
    • get large, stoned, or drugged
    • To experience a climax or any other sexual pleasure; in order to become intimately stimulated.
    • enjoy in a sexual method
    • escape possibly unpleasant effects; pull off a forbidden action
    • To incur (mild) effects.
    • alight from (a horse)
    • To fall asleep.
    • To respond in an presumptuous, rude, or intrusive way.
    • get out of rapidly
    • leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
    • deliver verbally
    • transfer
    • send through the postal service
    • get large, stoned, or drugged
    • cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal instance
    • be relieved of the duties temporarily
    • enjoy in a sexual method
    • escape possibly unpleasant effects; get away with a forbidden action
    • alight from (a horse)
    • get free from quickly
    • deliver verbally
    • submit via the postal service
    • get high, stoned, or drugged

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