Definition of go fly a kite in US English:

go fly a kite


North American
  • in imperative Go away.

    • ‘Franklin wanted the turkey and they told him to go fly a kite.’
    • ‘If someone suggests that you should go fly a kite today, it's probably because you've been too intense.’
    • ‘And if it attempted to subpoena those documents, the White House would tell it to go fly a kite.’
    • ‘The Government has now legislated a convoluted process whereby criminals can profit and victims can go fly a kite.’
    • ‘I'm certain it's far beyond your comprehension. Why don't you just go fly a kite?’