Definition of be off in English:

be off

phrase

  • often in imperative Go away; leave.

    ‘be off with you!’
    • ‘And now be off with you, for I am going to sleep.’
    • ‘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.’
    go away, depart, leave, take off, get out, get out of my sight
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