verb (inf=to get off, gets off, getting off, got off, got off)
- To move from being on top of (something) to not being on top of it.
- Get off your chair and help me.
- Get off your rear and help me.
- To move (something) from being on top of(something else) to not being on top of it.
- ''Could you get the book off the top shelf for me?
- To disembark from mass transportation, such as a bus or train.
- You the train at the third stop.
- (slang) To excite; to give pleasure to
- I don't on champagne.''
- (idiom) To stop (doing something), to desist from (doing something).
- This is where you ordering me about!
- To stop using a piece of equipment.
- Can you the phone, please? I need to use it urgently.
- To move from being on (something) to not being on it.
- You'll fall off that wall if you don't .
- To stop touching or interfering with something or someone.
- Don't tickle me - !
- To disembark.
- When we reach the next stop, we'll .
- (slang) To have sex.
- You are not allowed to in my bedroom.
- (idiom) to incur (mild) consequences
- The vandal got off easy, with only a fine.
- To fall asleep
- If I wake up during the night, I cannot again.
- In an interrogative sentence? To observe a boundary in some (usually disapproved of) behaviour.
- Where do you talking to me like that?
- French: descendre
- Italian: scopare
- Spanish: librarse
(trans-top, To fall asleep.)
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