This is distinct from the imperative "Fuck off!" You try to say it as one word with the emphasis on the "fuck". This word has a couple of uses in Australia:

1. To qualify an adjective, if something is REALLY big or REALLY brightly coloured, for example, then you slide "fuck-off" in somewhere. This is also used in the UK and is seen in the movie Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels: "Also, I think knives are a good idea. Big, fuck-off shiny ones."

2. Another term for insect repellent.
1. My sister's new car is bright fuck-off yellow.

2. These fucking flies are shitting me. Anyone got some fuck-off?
by Choda Boy 57 September 08, 2006
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1.)go away
2.)to beat your meat
3.)an longhaired RA named Trey
Dude, Trey is a cockmunch and a fuckoff
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1. Used in the imperative as a signal of angry dismissal.
2. To spend time idly.
3. To masturbate.
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To determine through intercourse with a third party the sexual prowess of a competitive group.
Alex and David had a fuckoff with Mary to determine the best fucker.
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1/Insult; To request that someone leave, go away, retreat, begone. 2/To refute. 3/Used to ephasise size or import.
"You can fusk off, going on about that shit again. I've got a big fuck off plate of lasagne to get through."
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used in a sentence when someone is being bothered by something or someone and is starting to get really pissed and about to do something really violent or explode.
Dude 1 : FUCK OFF!
Dude 2 : dude just calm down i'll stop!
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