Used to tell someone who’s bothering or insisting unpleasantly to go away
برو پی کارت، موی دماغم نشو
Eric insisted on asking me out for months. Finally I had to tell him to go fly a kite. I know he didn’t like it but I was not interested and I couldn't take it more.
go fly a kite American English spoken used to tell someone to go away, stop saying something, or stop annoying you
(go) fly a kite
(go) fly a/your ˈkite idiom
(NAmE, informal) used to tell sb to go away and stop annoying you or interfering
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition
go fly a kite mainly US informal
used to tell someone who is being annoying to go away
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go fly a kite US informal + old-fashioned
- used to tell someone who is bothering you to go away
• When I asked her what was wrong, she told me to go fly a kite.