Language Variation Quiz: Preposition 'Off'

Quiz: Preposition 'Off'

Which variation of English is associated with each of the following phrasal verbs?

'Slough off' - Ignore or trivialize an injury or insult

'Flip off' - Extend your middle finger as a gesture of contempt

'Kiss off' - Consider something to be unimportant or inferior

'Flog off' - Sell something cheaply to get rid of it

'Rain off' - Be postponed or stopped by rain (usually passive)

'Blow off' - Ignore, not do something

'Moggy off' - Leave ('moggie off' is also used.)

'Sag off' - Not go to school or work, or leave early when you shouldn't

'Stomp off' - Leave somewhere angrily

'Naff off' - Get lost, go away (used as imperative)