Get-off meaning

(with object following “get", slang) To excite or arouse, especially in a sexual manner.

Catwoman's costume really gets me off.

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(intransitive, slang) To experience an orgasm or other sexual pleasure; to become sexually aroused.

You are not allowed to get off in my bedroom.

It takes more than a picture in a girlie magazine for me to get off.

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To move from being on top of (something) to not being on top of it.

Get off your chair and help me.

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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?

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(intransitive) To disembark, especially from mass transportation, such as a bus or train.

You get off the train at the third stop.

When we reach the next stop, we'll get off.

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(intransitive) To stop (doing something), to desist from (doing something).

This is where you get off ordering me about!

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(intransitive) To stop touching or interfering with something or someone.

Don't tickle me - get off!

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To stop using a piece of equipment, such as a telephone or computer.

Can you get off the phone, please? I need to use it urgently.

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(intransitive) To complete a shift or a day's work.

If I can get off early tomorrow, I'll give you a ride home.

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(slang, UK) To kiss; to smooch.

I'd like to get off with him after the party.

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(intransitive) To incur (mild) consequences.

The vandal got off easy, with only a fine.

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(intransitive) To fall asleep.

If I wake up during the night, I cannot get off again.

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(especially in an interrogative sentence) To behave in an presumptuous, rude, or intrusive manner.

Where do you get off talking to me like that?

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