goof on
phrasal slang to make fun of ; kid, put on <
you're goofing on me, right?
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  • goof on — [phrasal verb] goof on (someone or something) US slang : to make jokes about (someone or something) in a way that is either playful or unkind They re just goofing on [=kidding with, teasing] you. • • • Main Entry: ↑goof …   Useful english dictionary

  • goof on — (someone) to make jokes about someone. She doesn t goof on old people, but her characters are certainly older and very odd. Related vocabulary: make fun of someone/something …   New idioms dictionary

  • goof on someone — goof on (someone) to make jokes about someone. She doesn t goof on old people, but her characters are certainly older and very odd. Related vocabulary: make fun of someone/something …   New idioms dictionary

  • Goof on the Roof — Infobox Film name = Goof on the Roof caption = director = Jules White writer = Clyde Bruckman starring = Moe Howard Larry Fine Shemp Howard Frank Mitchell Maxine Gates cinematography = Sam Leavitt | editing = Edwin Bryant producer = Jules White… …   Wikipedia

  • goof on someone — in. to play a prank on someone; to involve someone in a deception. □ Hey, don’t goof on me. I’m your buddy! □ The kid goofed on Chuck, and he thought it was a pretty good joke …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • goof — 1 also goof up verb (I) especially AmE to make a silly mistake: The restaurant totally goofed up our reservations. goof off, noun (C) goof up / . ./ noun (C) goof around phrasal verb (I) AmE informal to spend time doing silly things; mess about… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • goof — /goohf/, Slang. v.i. 1. to blunder; make an error, misjudgment, etc. 2. to waste or kill time; evade work or responsibility (often fol. by off or around): Exam week is not a time to goof off. We goofed around till train time. v.t. 3. to spoil or… …   Universalium

  • goof — I n A mistake, error. Making a pass at the boss s wife was a major goof. 1950s II v Loaf, waste time. They used to goof on their way home from work. 1930s III n Someone stupid or foolish. I am really a goof at times. 1910s IV v To make a mistake …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • goof off — {v.}, {slang} To loaf or be lazy; not want to work or be serious; fool around. * /Tow didn t get promoted because he goofed off all the time and never did his homework./ * /If you goof off on the job too much, you ll be fired./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • goof off — {v.}, {slang} To loaf or be lazy; not want to work or be serious; fool around. * /Tow didn t get promoted because he goofed off all the time and never did his homework./ * /If you goof off on the job too much, you ll be fired./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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