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Meaning of “come off it!” in the English Dictionary

"come off it!" in British English

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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 ​stronglydisagree with them: Ask Simon to ​cook the ​meal? Come off it, he can ​hardlyboil an ​egg!
(Definition of come off it! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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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!
(Definition of come off it from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “come off it!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 谁信呢!得了吧!别胡说了!别瞎扯了!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誰信呢!得了吧!別胡說了!別瞎扯了!…
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