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  1. offset

    • n.
      a consideration or amount that diminishes or balances the effect of an opposite one;the amount or distance by which something is out of line
    • v.
      counteract (something) by having an equal and opposite force or effect;place out of line
    • verb: offset, 3rd person present: offsets, gerund or present participle: offsetting, past tense: offset, past participle: offset

    • noun: offset, plural noun: offsets

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    名詞

    • 1. a consideration or amount that diminishes or balances the effect of an opposite one widow's bereavement allowance is an offset against income
    • 2. the amount or distance by which something is out of line these wheels have an offset of four inches
    • a short distance measured perpendicularly from the main line of measurement.
    • a small deviation or bias in a voltage or current offset adjustment circuits
    • 3. a side shoot from a plant serving for propagation a present of tulip bulbs, offsets, and seeds for his garden
    • a spur in a mountain range.
    • 4. a sloping ledge in a wall or other feature where the thickness of the part above is diminished.
    • 5. a bend in a pipe to carry it past an obstacle allow for any bend you need including offsets for connecting the downpipe
    • 6. a method of printing in which ink is transferred from a plate or stone to a uniform rubber surface and from that to the paper they produced banknotes by offset offset printing

    動詞

    • 1. counteract (something) by having an equal and opposite force or effect donations to charities can be offset against tax his unfortunate appearance was offset by a compelling personality
    • 2. place out of line several places where the ridge was offset at right angles to its length
    • 3. (of ink or a freshly printed page) transfer an impression to the next leaf or sheet there was some offsetting on to text
    • n.
      offset printing using plates made photographically.

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    • n.
      a printing press that uses the offset process: the fake bank notes were printed using an offset press

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    • n.
      offset printing on continuous paper fed from a reel.

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    • n.
      an action intended to compensate for the emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as a ... purchasing the carbon offsets would contribute to the airline's commitment to reducing its environmental impact carbon offset schemes allow individuals or firms to reduce their carbon footprint by investing in projects that absorb greenhouse gases

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    • n.
      offset printing on continuous paper fed from a reel.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an action intended to compensate for the emission of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as a ... purchasing the carbon offsets would contribute to the airline's commitment to reducing its environmental impact the company has been awarded carbon offset credits for its forest conservation project

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    • n.
      printing by the offset process: offset printing is better for huge runs of the same design

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    • n.
      offset printing using plates made photographically.

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    • n.
      a consideration or amount that diminishes or balances the effect of a contrary one: an offset against taxable profits
    • v.
      counteract (something) by having an opposing force or effect: the deficit has been more than offset by capital inflows

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