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come off it!

informal
used to tell someone that you do not believe what they are saying is true, or that you strongly disagree with them: Ask Simon to cook the meal? Come off it, he can hardly boil an egg!
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come off it

infml used to tell someone that you think what the person is saying is silly or stupid: Come off it, Pete – you know that's not true!
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