bug off

verb

Definition of bug off

intransitive verb

: leave, depart usually used as a command

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Examples of bug off in a Sentence

bug off, or I'll sic my dogs on you!

First Known Use of bug off

1952, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bug off

probably short for bugger off

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The first known use of bug off was in 1952

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