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to tell someone off

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  • tell someone off — (informal).See reprimand verb. → tell * * * informal reprimand or scold someone my parents told me off for coming home late …   Useful english dictionary

  • tell someone off — informal reprimand someone. → tell …   English new terms dictionary

  • tell someone where to get off — tv. to tell someone when enough is enough; to tell someone off. □ I was fed up with her bossiness. I finally told her where to get off. □ He told me where to get off, so I walked out on him …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • tell someone where to get off — (informal) To deal summarily or dismissively with someone • • • Main Entry: ↑get tell someone where to get off (informal) To tell someone that his or her behaviour will not be tolerated • • • Main Entry: ↑where * * * tell someone where to get off …   Useful english dictionary

  • tell someone where to get off (or where they get off) — informal angrily dismiss or rebuke someone. → tell …   English new terms dictionary

  • tell someone where to get off — ► tell someone where to get off informal angrily dismiss or rebuke someone. Main Entry: ↑tell …   English terms dictionary

  • tell someone where to get off — tell (someone) where to get off informal to angrily refuse to do what someone wants you to do, usually using direct or rude language. She wanted to borrow money again so I told her where to get off …   New idioms dictionary

  • tell someone a mile off — spot/recognize/tell/ someone/something/a mile off informal phrase to see or recognize someone or something very easily I can tell a liar a mile off. Th …   Useful english dictionary

  • tell someone where to get off — Vrb phrs. An angry rebuke at someone s interference. E.g. If she mentions my acne once more I ll tell her where to get off …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • ˌtell sb ˈoff — phrasal verb informal to criticize someone angrily for doing something wrong The teacher told me off for talking again today.[/ex] I m going to get told off for being late.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • warn someone off — tell someone forcefully or threateningly to go away or stay ■ advise someone forcefully against (a particular thing or course of action) he has been warned off booze …   Useful english dictionary

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