go fly a kite
phrasal to stop being an annoyance or disturbance <
told him to go fly a kite
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  • go fly a kite — {v. phr.}, {slang} To go away; leave. Usually used as a command, to show that you do not accept someone s ideas. * /Harry was tired of John s advice and told him to go fly a kite./ * /After Mary stood around telling Sue what was wrong with her… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go fly a kite — {v. phr.}, {slang} To go away; leave. Usually used as a command, to show that you do not accept someone s ideas. * /Harry was tired of John s advice and told him to go fly a kite./ * /After Mary stood around telling Sue what was wrong with her… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go fly a kite — verb To go away; get lost; leave. (Typically imperative.) A guy came to my door selling some weird coupon subscription. I told him to go fly a kite …   Wiktionary

  • Let's Go Fly a Kite — is a song from Walt Disney s film Mary Poppins , and it is composed by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. This song is heard at the end of the film when the story s protagonist, George Banks (played by David Tomlinson) realizes that his… …   Wikipedia

  • Higher Than a Kite — Infobox Film name = Higher Than a Kite caption = director = Del Lord writer = Monte Collins Elwood Ullman starring = Moe Howard Larry Fine Curly Howard Vernon Dent Dick Curtis Duke York cinematography = John Stumar | editing = Paul Borofsky… …   Wikipedia

  • Kite applications — The kite is used to do certain things; one kite or many kites are applied to achieve certain purposes, objectives, or tasks, that is: applications. Humans have applied the kite to bring perceived benefits during peace and war alike. New… …   Wikipedia

  • fly — fly1 flyable, adj. flyability, n. /fluy/, v., flew or, for 11, 19, flied, flown, flying, n., pl. flies. v.i. 1. to move through the air using wings …   Universalium

  • fly — See: BIRD HAS FLOWN, GO FLY A KITE, MAKE THE FEATHERS FLY, MAKE THE FUR FLY, ON THE FLY, POP FLY, SACRIFICE FLY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fly — See: BIRD HAS FLOWN, GO FLY A KITE, MAKE THE FEATHERS FLY, MAKE THE FUR FLY, ON THE FLY, POP FLY, SACRIFICE FLY …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go jump in the lake — {v. phr.}, {informal} To go away and quit being a bother. * /George was tired of Tom s advice and told him to go jump in the lake./ Compare: GO CHASE YOURSELF, GO FLY A KITE …   Dictionary of American idioms

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