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    blow off the rest of the day

    "Friends" sitcom, season 1, episode 5:

    Janice: "We got the proofs back from that photo shoot, you know, the one with the little vegetables. Anyway, they pretty much sucked, so, I blew off the rest of the day, and I went shopping..."

    What is this selected phrase means?

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    #2

    Re: blow off the rest of the day

    Skipped the rest of the day's work
    Blow off - English Phrasal Verb - UsingEnglish.com

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    Re: blow off the rest of the day

    Tdol, thanks a lot!

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