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piss (sb) about/around

UK offensive
phrasal verb with piss uk   us   /pɪs/ verb [I] offensive
to behave in a stupid way or to treat someone badly: Look, we don't have much time, so stop pissing about. Stop pissing me about and just tell me where they are.
Translations of “piss (sb) about/around”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無所事事, 遊手好閒, 粗暴地對待(某人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无所事事, 游手好闲, 粗暴地对待(某人)…
(Definition of piss (sb) about/around from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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