A sarcastic phrase used to mock someone when wrong / making a fool of one self.
Kanye is trash”
“He’s got 21 Grammys , but go off sis.”
by Reallyreallyrad March 19, 2018
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Hyping someone up, or feelin yourself.
*looking at pictures of self* “Daaang I went off”
by wigggg November 13, 2017
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1. to angrily complain about
2. drone on about a topic, ramble
3. to leave and partake in an activity (especially surfing)

present: go off
past: went off
future: going off
1. "i can't stop goin' off about how high the taxes are"

2. "we had a couple beers and just went off about the days events"

3. "we're gonna go off this afternoon if the surf's up"
by protocoldroid June 21, 2004
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when you’re wrong, but i’ll give you room to keep expressing your opinion.
by imovelikeimkobe February 12, 2019
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A (usually) humorous statement that is called out when somebody has finished ranting, somebody is yelling, makes some sort of grand or ridiculous gesture, or even when you hear a loud noise, like a car horn.

Almost always meant to draw laughter from those surrounding you.
In traffic:

"Damn, I mean go off"
by Ross-ross July 1, 2019
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1. carry on like a fuckwit because youre angry

2. spectacular memorable etc
1. Man, he is goin to go off when he finds out that kids not his

2. That Music Festival is going to go off.
by dont hit me August 13, 2003
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a way of phrasing drip or containing a certain amount of swag.
*Hot Eboy Insta post*
11 year old g: OMG🥰 go off king
by justunPOCOloc0 September 23, 2020
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