shove off in Engels
OK, Tom, let's shove off.
Shove off! I'm busy!
Shoving off sleep, Eve pressed the heels of her hands to her eyes and began to push off the bed.
I think it's time for me to shove off.
And I'll take that to mean you'd like me to shove off.
Don, you can shove off.
I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below and then shoved off... one by one!
Let's just get one bon voyage photo, and then we're ready to shove off, folks.
You all shove off up there and I'll go downstairs.
- I'm waiting for the moment we shove off.
leave; informal or rude: blow, depart, shove along, go away, go