pop off

verb
popped off; popping off; pops off

Definition of pop off

intransitive verb

1a : to die unexpectedly
b : to leave suddenly
2 : to talk thoughtlessly and often loudly or angrily

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Synonyms & Antonyms for pop off

Synonyms

check out, conk (out), croak [slang], decease, demise, depart, die, drop, end, exit, expire, fall, flatline, go, kick in [slang], kick off [slang], part, pass (on), pass away, peg out [chiefly British], perish, step out, succumb

Antonyms

breathe, live

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Examples of pop off in a Sentence

just a matter of time before the geezer pops off, and his gold digger of a wife gets the money

First Known Use of pop off

1764, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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The first known use of pop off was in 1764

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