Have it off

verb phrase

To do the sex act; copulate •Still chiefly British: who has had it off with both of them

[1930s+ British; fr earlier use, ”to achieve a crime or shady transaction, pull something off,” probably transferred to sexual activity on analogy with cheating and hanky panky, and by psychological suggestions related to pull off and come off]


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