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Definition of frank boff

frank boff

  • to leave, 'to do the off', depart. Origin: South London slang.
    Doing a 'Frank'!

    Last edited on Oct 22 1999. Submitted by Simon A. from Greenwich, Greater London, UK on Oct 22 1999.

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