shove off

shove off
shove off [v] leave quickly blow, clear out, depart, exit, get off, go, go away, pull out, push off, quit, run along, start out, take off, vamoose*; concept 195 —Ant. arrive, come

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  • shove off — ► shove off 1) informal go away. 2) push away from the shore in a boat. Main Entry: ↑shove …   English terms dictionary

  • shove off — verb leave; informal or rude shove off! The children shoved along Blow now! • Syn: ↑shove along, ↑blow • Hypernyms: ↑go, ↑go away, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • shove off — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms shove off : present tense I/you/we/they shove off he/she/it shoves off present participle shoving off past tense shoved off past participle shoved off 1) spoken used for telling someone to go away or leave… …   English dictionary

  • shove off — See: PUSH OFF …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shove off — See: PUSH OFF …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shove off — informal shove off, you little creep! Syn: go away, get out (of my sight); get going, take oneself off, be off (with you), shoo; informal scram, make yourself scarce, be on your way, beat it, get lost, push off, buzz off, clear off, go (and) jump …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • shove\ off — • push off • shove off v 1. To push a boat away from the shore. Before Tom could reach the boat, Jake had shoved off. 2. slang To start; leave. We were ready to push off at ten o clock, but had to wait for Jill. Jim was planning to stay at the… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • shove off — verb To leave Well, it looks like its time to push off. Its time to go. Lets shove off …   Wiktionary

  • shove off — start, leave I think that it is time for us to shove off. It is almost midnight …   Idioms and examples

  • shove off — Synonyms and related words: be off, bear off, beat it, begone, blow, buy it, cash in, check in, check out, clear out, croak, depart, drop off, embark, exit, flake off, get, get going, get lost, get off, get out, get under way, git, go, go off… …   Moby Thesaurus

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