Definition of be off in English:

be off

phrase

  • often in imperative Go away; leave.

    ‘be off with you!’
    • ‘I've just had a call to say that things have moved on a bit, so we might be off again tomorrow morning.’
    • ‘As usual I was keen to be off so we arrived at the bus station with 15 minutes to wait for the bus up to the airport.’
    • ‘And now be off with you, for I am going to sleep.’
    go away, depart, leave, take off, get out, get out of my sight
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