shove/stick sth up your ass! Definition in British English Dictionary
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shove/stick sth up your ass!

mainly US offensive
used to tell someone angrily that you do not want or need something that they are offering you or telling you to do: If she asks me to work over the weekend, I'll tell her to shove it up her ass!
Translations of “shove/stick sth up your ass!”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不稀罕你的!收起你那一套!關你屁事!…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不稀罕你的!收起你那一套!关你屁事儿!…
(Definition of shove/stick sth up your ass! from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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