- (idiomatic, intransitive, vulgar, colloquial, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) To leave, to go away. [from mid-20th c.]
- They've pissed off and left us in the lurch!
- Why don't you piss off and leave us alone?
- (idiomatic, transitive, mildly vulgar, colloquial) To annoy, anger
- What really pisses me off about my job is that I have to get up at six o'clock.
- (to leave) bugger off, fuck off, get lost, pee off, rack off, take a hike; see also Thesaurus:go away
- (to annoy) cheese off, pee off, tee off, tick off, torque off
- French: se casser, se barrer, se tirer
- German: verpissen
- Italian: svignarsela
- Portuguese: cai fora
- Russian: убира́ться
- Spanish: pirar
- French: faire chier, casser les couilles, emmerder, péter les couilles
- German: anpissen, ankotzen
- Italian: fare incazzare, far girare i coglioni, far girare le palle
- Portuguese: chatear
- Russian: злить
- Spanish: cabrear, mosquear, asquear, repatear, tocar los cojones a alguien, tocar los huevos a alguien
- (UK, Canada, idiomatic, vulgar, colloquial, dismissal) Go away!