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Origin of kiss-off
Words nearby kiss-off
British Dictionary definitions for kiss-off
Idioms and Phrases with kiss-off
Dismiss or reject, as in He kissed off their offer. This usage alludes to kissing something goodbye [Slang; c. 1900]
Be forced to give up or regard as lost, as in You can kiss off that promotion. [Slang; late 1940s]
Get out, go away, as in She told the reporters to kiss off. [Slang; early 1990s]