Etymology
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get off (v.)

"escape," c. 1600, from get (v.) + off (adv.). Sexual sense attested by 1973.

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Definitions of get off

get off (v.)
leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.;
get off (v.)
be relieved of one's duties temporarily;
get off (v.)
transfer;
Synonyms: send / send off
get off (v.)
cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case;
get off (v.)
escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action;
Synonyms: get away / get by / get out / escape
get off (v.)
enjoy in a sexual way;
get off (v.)
alight from (a horse);
Synonyms: unhorse / dismount / light / get down
get off (v.)
get out of quickly;
Synonyms: hop out
get off (v.)
send via the postal service;
Synonyms: mail
get off (v.)
get high, stoned, or drugged;
Synonyms: trip / trip out / turn on
get off (v.)
deliver verbally;
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