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Found 4 items, similar to off.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak) Definition: off lepas
English → Indonesian (quick) Definition: off mati, mematikan, salah
English → English (WordNet) Definition: off off adj 1: not in operation or operational; “the oven is off”; “the lights are off” [ant: on] 2: below a satisfactory level; “an off year for tennis”; “his performance was off” 3: (of events) no longer planned or scheduled; “the wedding is definitely off” [syn: cancelled] [ant: on] 4: in an unpalatable state; “sour milk” [syn: sour, turned] 5: not performing or scheduled for duties; “He's off every Tuesday”; “he was off duty when it happened”; “an off-duty policeman” [syn: off(p), off duty(p), off-duty(a)] [also: offer] off adv 1: from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete); “ran away from the lion”; “wanted to get away from there”; “sent the children away to boarding school”; “the teacher waved the children away from the dead animal”; “went off to school”; “they drove off”; “go forth and preach” [syn: away, forth] 2: at a distance in space or time; “the boat was 5 miles off (or away)”; “the party is still 2 weeks off (or away)”; “away back in the 18th century” [syn: away] 3: no longer on or in contact or attached; “clean off the dirt”; “he shaved off his mustache” [also: offer]
English → English (gcide) Definition: Off Off \Off\ ([o^]f; 115), interj. Away; begone; -- a command to depart. [1913 Webster] Off \Off\, prep. Not on; away from; as, to be off one's legs or off the bed; two miles off the shore. --Addison. [1913 Webster] Off hand. See Offhand. Off side (Football), out of play; -- said when a player has got in front of the ball in a scrimmage, or when the ball has been last touched by one of his own side behind him. To be off color, (a) to be of a wrong color. (b) to be mildly obscene. To be off one's food or To be off one's feed, (Colloq.) to have no appetite; to be eating less than usual. [1913 Webster] Off \Off\ ([o^]f; 115), adv. [OE. of, orig. the same word as R. of, prep., AS. of, adv. & prep. [root]194. See Of.] In a general sense, denoting from or away from; as: [1913 Webster] 1. Denoting distance or separation; as, the house is a mile off. [1913 Webster] 2. Denoting the action of removing or separating; separation; as, to take off the hat or cloak; to cut off, to pare off, to clip off, to peel off, to tear off, to march off, to fly off, and the like. [1913 Webster] 3. Denoting a leaving, abandonment, departure, abatement, interruption, or remission; as, the fever goes off; the pain goes off; the game is off; all bets are off. [1913 Webster] 4. Denoting a different direction; not on or towards: away; as, to look off. [1913 Webster] 5. Denoting opposition or negation. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The questions no way touch upon puritanism, either off or on. --Bp. Sanderson. [1913 Webster] From off, off from; off. “A live coal . . . taken with the tongs from off the altar.” --Is. vi. 6. Off and on. (a) Not constantly; not regularly; now and then; occasionally. (b) (Naut.) On different tacks, now toward, and now away from, the land. To be off. (a) To depart; to escape; as, he was off without a moment's warning. (b) To be abandoned, as an agreement or purpose; as, the bet was declared to be off. [Colloq.] To come off, To cut off, To fall off, To go off, etc. See under Come, Cut, Fall, Go, etc. To get off. (a) To utter; to discharge; as, to get off a joke. (b) To go away; to escape; as, to get off easily from a trial. [Colloq.] To take off To do a take-off on, To take off, to mimic, lampoon, or impersonate. To tell off (a) (Mil.), to divide and practice a regiment or company in the several formations, preparatory to marching to the general parade for field exercises. --Farrow. (b) to rebuke (a person) for an improper action; to scold; to reprimand. To be well off, to be in good condition. To be ill off, To be badly off, to be in poor condition. [1913 Webster] Off \Off\, a. 1. On the farther side; most distant; on the side of an animal or a team farthest from the driver when he is on foot; in the United States, the right side; as, the off horse or ox in a team, in distinction from the nigh or near horse or ox; the off leg. [1913 Webster] 2. Designating a time when one is not strictly attentive to business or affairs, or is absent from his post, and, hence, a time when affairs are not urgent; as, he took an off day for fishing: an off year in politics. “In the off season.” --Thackeray. [1913 Webster] 3. Designating a time when one's performance is below normal; as, he had an off day. [PJC] Off side. (a) The right hand side in driving; the farther side. See Gee. (b) (Cricket) See Off, n. [1913 Webster] Off \Off\, n. (Cricket) The side of the field that is on the right of the wicket keeper. [1913 Webster]

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