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to come off, to tear off; to tear oneself away; (slang) to let oneself go, to unwind, to cut loose
corporative party, office party
to be off scale / too much / through the roof
(slang) nonsense; trash, junk; mess; thingy; something small and not important
to settle down (slang)
cool, nice, fun, funny, interesting
to inflate; (slang) to fool, to trick, to cheat
office plankton (low motivated office worker)
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