|Origin:||pissier, from Vulgar Latin pissiare|
piss1 [intransitive] spoken not polite
to waste time or effort trying to do something that is impossible
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used to say that it is raining very heavily
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to laugh a lot, especially when you cannot stop laughing:
• They were all copying my accent and pissing themselves laughing.
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to thoroughly defeat a person or a team
to be extremely poor
7 American English
used to tell someone to go away
piss about/aroundphrasal verb
to waste time doing stupid things with no purpose or plan [= mess about/around]:
• Stop pissing about and get some work done!
to treat someone badly by not doing what you have promised to do, or by not being honest with them [= mess somebody about/around]:
• I wish he'd say yes or no - he's been pissing me around for weeks.
piss something ↔ awayphrasal verb
• I was earning quite a lot but I pissed it all away.
piss offphrasal verb
to annoy someone very much:
• The way she treats me really pisses me off.
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to go away - used especially to tell someone to go away:
• Now piss off and leave me alone!
• He pissed off before we got there.
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used to say no or to refuse to do something