Definition: a very informal (and slightly rude) way to tell someone to go away
This phrasal verb has more than one meaning
E.g.1: When Jo saw the cat in her garden again, she opened the window, shouted “Clear off, you!!!” and threw a shoe at it.
E.g.2: Mr Hunter came home from work to find a scruffy-looking boy talking to his 15-year-old daughter.
“Clear off and don’t let me catch you talking to Claire again or I will call the police,” he threatened.
This phrasal verb cannot be separated