- goof around
- v. waste time; mess around.
Stop goofing around and get some work done.
English slang. 2015.
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goof around — ˌgoof a ˈround [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they goof around he/she/it goofs around present participle goofing around past tense goofed around … Useful english dictionary
goof around — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms goof around : present tense I/you/we/they goof around he/she/it goofs around present participle goofing around past tense goofed around past participle goofed around mainly American informal to spend your… … English dictionary
goof around — PHRASAL VERB If someone goofs around, they spend their time doing silly things. [INFORMAL] [V P] They just goof around, roll around on the floor and fight. Syn: mess around … English dictionary
goof around — Go to goof off … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
goof around — verb To play, or to fool around … Wiktionary
Goof around — play the fool to entertain others … Dictionary of Australian slang
goof around — Australian Slang play the fool to entertain others … English dialects glossary
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goof off — 1. AND goof around in. to waste time. □ Quit goof ing off. □ Get busy. Stop goofing around. 2. n. a time waster; a jerk. (Usually goof off.) □ Pete is such a goof off! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
goof — I UK [ɡuːf] / US [ɡuf] noun [countable] Word forms goof : singular goof plural goofs mainly American informal 1) a silly or stupid mistake 2) a silly or stupid person II UK [ɡuːf] / US [ɡuf] verb [intransitive] Word forms goof : present tense… … English dictionary