Off in Chinese and example sentences
Off in Chinese
(副) 走开, 隔断, 出发
(介) 走开, 隔断, 出发#离去的; 休假的, 不上班的; 偏离的; 不合时令的#离开#宣布中止#离开..., 隔着...; 从...脱落, 从...掉下; 在海面; 偏离...
Off in Chinese
(副) 走開, 隔斷, 出發
(介) 走開, 隔斷, 出發#離去的; 休假的, 不上班的; 偏離的; 不合時令的#離開#宣佈中止#離開..., 隔著...; 從...脫落, 從...掉下; 在海面; 偏離...
After taking some time off dating after the break-up with Sandro, I started enjoying life again, and I'm even more inspired than before!
“Are you 5 years old?” Jessica asked with a resigned sigh. She wiped a few strands of hair back from her damp face and reached for a dish towel to dry off with, only to have Caden spray water on that, too.
“Don’t make this about me just because I’m not some child who leeches off of my friend! Why are you even staying here?” she demanded. She had wanted to be polite and not bring it up. It seemed rude to ask before, but now she wasn’t as concerned with being
“You heard me,” he answered. “I’m not going to apologize for being blunt about it.” He moved around her, storming off toward Ellie’s empty room. He slept on the couch normally. She slumped onto it. She wasn’t even sure what had come over her or why she’d
“Now grab your jacket. And dry off your hair,” he added, for which she smacked him on the arm with the book while he ran off to the living room. She quickly chased after him, laughing as she went.
I turn my headlights off and drive half-blind, to park behind one of the buildings. I can hear voices in the distance, some whispering and others yelling. Giving orders. I don’t understand the language. I slip out of the car, taking care not to bang the d
As I chase Malakhov deeper into the warehouse, it begins to section off into inner rooms. In the doorway of one is where I first see him-- not Malakhov, but a figure hunched on the ground. My heart jumps into my throat as I make out the silhouette, recogn
He moves quick and sudden. The knife catches me by surprise and the stab of pain throws me off balance. When I sink to my knees, I stare blankly at Harrington’s face, as his hand slowly releases the handle to leave it in my stomach. He pulls the gag from
“They buried somebody,” he answers, and pushes me off. He almost sounds like he regrets it. All those days we spent on patrol together, sharing our lives and our trust. It never seemed like we withheld anything from each other, but here he was. Dizziness
It’s getting harder to speak and to focus. I’m starting to drift off, and would, but the pain is twisting in my stomach.
“Go home,” I say. This whole situation has torn me up, physically and mentally. I’ve always been the type who needed to mend himself in solitude. I want to take off this ridiculous hospital gown and dress myself in something respectable, and get out of th
"Yes, " Dima replied, brushing off a piece of half-eaten fish that had gotten stuck to his right sleeve. "I'd like to buy that one there."
A button from his overcoat fell off.
A fork fell off the table.
A good neighbour is better than a brother far off.
A little bit earlier this evening, I received an extraordinarily gracious call from Senator McCain. Senator McCain fought long and hard in this campaign. And he's fought even longer and harder for the country that he loves. He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine. We are better off for the service rendered by this brave and selfless leader.
A passenger airplane took off for the USA.
A scary horror movie is only a movie. Once you turn off the screen it's all over, but life...you're stuck in it.
Actually I wanted to be a damsel in a tower guarded by seven dragons, and then a prince on a white horse would chop off the dragons' heads and liberate me.
Are you off your rocker?
Synonyms for Off1. away from: away, disappearing, vanishing, removing
2. remote: negligent, slight, small, slim, slender, outside
3. distant: ahead, removed, far, remote, afar, behind, up front
4. not on duty: gone, on vacation, unemployed
5. mistaken: wrong, erring, in error, confused
6. crazy: odd, peculiar, queer, insane
Verb forms for OffPresent participle: offing
Present: off (3.person: offs)
Future: will off
Present conditional: would off
Present Perfect: have offed (3.person: has offed)
Past Perfect: had offed
Future Perfect: will have offed
Past conditional: would have offed