- away from the place in question; to or at a distance；away from the main route
- moving away and often down from；situated or leading in a direction away from (a main route or intersection)
- characterized by performing or feeling worse than usual; unsatisfactory or inadequate；unwell
- the half of the field (as divided lengthways through the pitch) toward which the batsman's feet are pointed when standing to receive the ball.
- kill; murder
- 1. away from the place in question; to or at a distance the man ran off she dashed off to her room 同義詞
- ▪ away from the main route turning off for Ripon
- 2. so as to be removed or separated he whipped off his coat a section of the runway had been cordoned off
- ▪ absent; away from work take a day off he is off on sick leave 同義詞
- 3. starting a journey or race; leaving the gunmen made off on foot they're off!
- 4. so as to bring to an end or be discontinued the Christmas party rounded off a hugely successful year she broke off her reading to look at her husband
- ▪ canceled tell them the wedding's off 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ British informal (of a menu item) temporarily unavailable strawberries are off 同義詞 反義詞
- 5. (of an electrical appliance or power supply) not functioning or so as to cease to function switch the TV off the electricity was off for four days
- 6. having access to or possession of material goods or wealth to the extent specified we'd been rather badly off for books how are you off for money?
- 1. moving away and often down from he rolled off the bed the coat slipped off his arms
- 2. situated or leading in a direction away from (a main route or intersection) single wires leading off the main lines a backstreet off Olympic Boulevard
- ▪ out at sea from (a place on the coast) anchoring off Blue Bay six miles off Dunkirk
- 3. so as to be removed or separated from threatening to tear it off its hinges they are knocking $2,000 off the price
- ▪ absent from I took a couple of days off work
- ▪ informal abstaining from he managed to stay off alcohol
- 1. characterized by performing or feeling worse than usual; unsatisfactory or inadequate even the greatest athletes have off days
- ▪ British informal unwell I felt decidedly off 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. (of food) no longer fresh the fish was a bit off 同義詞 反義詞
- 3. located on the side of a vehicle that is normally furthest from the curb; offside.
- 4. British informal annoying or unfair His boss deducted the money from his pay. That was a bit off 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. the half of the field (as divided lengthways through the pitch) toward which the batsman's feet are pointed when standing to receive the ball.
- 1. informal kill; murder I finally snapped and offed the guy