This page is about the phrasal verb butt outINFORMAL
Meaning: If you want to tell someone quite forcefully to mind their own business, you can tell them to butt out.
- butt out I was having an argument with my girlfriend when Pete told us to cool it, so I told him to butt out.
- butt out My sons were having a fight about something when their older sister tried to get them to stop. They both got angry with her and told her to butt out.
Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
If someone tells you to butt out, you should probably
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Contributor: Matt Errey