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Verb: shove off  shúv óf
  1. [informal] Leave; informal or rude
    "shove off!";
    - shove along [informal], blow [informal]
  2. Push a boat away from a bank or mooring
    - push out, push off
Interjection: shove off  shúv óf
Usage: informal
  1. Instruction to go away
    - get stuffed [Brit, informal], avaunt [archaic], beat it [informal], begone [literary], bog off [Brit, informal], bug off [N. Amer, informal], buzz off [informal], get lost [informal], go away, naff off [Brit, slang], hop it [Brit, informal], leg it [informal], be off, scram [informal], get knotted [Brit, informal], run along [informal], sod off [Brit, informal], take a hike [informal]

Derived forms: shoving off, shoves off, shoved off

Type of: depart, go, go away