piss around

piss around
phrasal verb piss about or piss around
Word forms "piss about":
present tense I/you/we/they piss about he/she/it pisses about present participle pissing about past tense pissed about past participle pissed about British impolite
1) [intransitive] to behave in a silly way that annoys other people

Will you two stop pissing around!

2) [intransitive] to waste time by doing things that are silly or not important

We spent the day just pissing around beside the pool.

3) piss someone about/around
[transitive] to treat someone in an unfair way, for example by wasting their time

They've pissed me about so much that I don't want to work for them again.


English dictionary. 2014.

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