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    pess off is the new idiom that i have heard from Hollywood movies and i don't know the meaning if you help me and tell me about i appreciate that.

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    Re: New Idiom

    It's probably 'piss off', which is a slang way of telling someone to leave you alone.

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    Re: New Idiom

    Usually, piss off as a phrasal verb means to anger.

    The boss is pissed off at you.
    You don't want piss off your wife.

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    Re: New Idiom

    I wanted to know more new idioms and expression.
    And lots of homework.

    Bye

    Hansel Vedrine

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