beat off

beat off
I. transitive verb II. verb
: masturbate — used of a male; usually considered vulgar

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vulgar slang (of a man) masturbate

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beat off [phrasal verb]
1 beat off (someone or something) or beat (someone or something) off : to force (someone or something) to go away by fighting

She managed to beat off her attacker.

— sometimes used figuratively

The company has managed to beat off [=fight off] its competitors and maintain control of the market.

2 US, informal + impolite, of a man :masturbate
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Main Entry:beat

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ˌbeat ˈoff derived
Main entry:beatderived

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