“Get off”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Get off
- Stop touching me and leave me alone. You can use “get off” with a pronoun, as in “get off me” or without the pronoun (“get off”).
Other examples of “get off” phrasal verb in a sentence
- Get off him! He’s my boyfriend!
- Get off! I have to work.
- Get off the biscuits. Mum told us not to touch them.
“Get off”: use in context explanation
A dog jumps onto the woman’s leg. That’s so embarrassing. She loves dogs, she actually has got one herself but she just wants it to get off her leg right now, before someone can see it and starts laughing at her. She tells the dog to get off her but it won’t get off. She is getting quite angry…