be + off (1)
I'm off to New York tomorrow.
be + off (2)
The party is off.
be + off (3)
This steak is off.
break + off (1)
We broke off for lunch at noon.
break + off (2)
They broke off the engagement but are remaining good friends.
break + off (3)
The botanist broke off a twig and carried it to his room.
bring + off (1)
Let's hope that we can bring off our reform plan.
bring + off (2)
They finally brought all the passengers off the ship.
call + off
We had arranged to buy the products, but they called the deal
carry + off (1)
John carried off the mission very well.
carry + off (2)
I'm quite sure that you will carry off the first prize.
come + off (1)
My driver side door handle came off when I was opening the door.
come + off (2)
I tried to remove this coffee stain, but it wouldn't come off.
come + off (3)
I don't want to come off as being negative about the project.
come + off (4)
Name a project John has done where everything came off as planned.
come + off (5)
The team comes off their most successful season in the school history.
come + off (6)
Tom's attempt to persuade his boss to give him a pay raise did not came
get + off (1)
You should get off at the next station.
get + off (2)
What time do you usually get off work?
get + off (3)
I was very lucky to get off with only a small fine.
give + off
Yesterday, I saw a flying object that is giving off an orange light.
go + off (1)
A land mine is designed to go off when it is stepped on.
go + off (2)
I'm sorry for being late. Somehow, my alarm clock didn't go off this morning.
go + off (3)
I was so scared because all the lights suddenly went off.
go + off (4)
I'm sure the party will go off well.
hold + off (1)
I hope the rain will hold off until tomorrow.
hold + off (2)
I decided to hold off on going to college.
keep + off
This product keeps insects off plants.
knock + off (1)
I usually knock off at about six o'clock.
knock + off (2)
John knocked off the report in less than an hour.
knock + off (3)
The shopkeeper knocked two thousand yen off the bill.
lay + off
The company has laid off about two hundred workers during the last two months.
laugh + off
Jim tried to laugh off Tom's comment but knew that he was blushing.
leave + off (1)
Let's go home for today and start from where we left off.
leave + off (2)
Let's leave these items off the list.
let + off (1)
He let me off this time because I promised that I wouldn't do it again.
let + off (2)
Please let me off at the next corner.
make + off
The thieves made off empty handed.
pay + off (1)
We have paid off all our outstanding debts.
pay + off (2)
Tom's efforts finally paid off.
pay + off (3)
I was paid off by the company.
pull + off (1)
We worked very hard to pull off an agreement with them.
pull + off (2)
We pulled off to the side of the road and parked.
put + off (1)
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. (格言)
put + off (2)
Let me tell you what really put me off.
put + off (3)
Don't forget to put off the lights before you go home.
put + off (4)
Sorry, I'll have to put you off for another week.
put + off (5)
Put me off at the next traffic lights.
run + off (1)
We've been taking care of their dogs since they ran off.
run + off (2)
If you need us to run off more copies, please call us.
run + off (3)
I wonder if our dog would run thieves off.
run + off (4)
Beth ran off with her art teacher.
run + off (5)
Yesterday I saw a cat run off with your wallet.
see + off (1)
I went to the airport to see John off.
see + off (2)
We have successfully seen off the threat from extremists.
set + off (1)
Tom set off on an adventure to recover treasure from a sunken boat off the coast of the island.
set + off (2)
In this country, people set off firecrackers to drive away evil spirits.
set + off (3)
The minister's remark set off a heated debate.
set + off (4)
The color of the leaves sets off the flowers beautifully.
show + off (1)
Ben always has to show off in front of us.
show + off (2)
Some pilots seem to enjoy showing off the cockpit to curious young children.
show + off (3)
This ring shows off your fingers very nicely.
take + off (1)
I'm taking a day off tomorrow.
take + off (2)
I'm sure your business will take off once people find out about it!
take + off (3)
John just took off in a hurry.
throw + off (1)
Bill threw off his coat and shoes and lay down on the bed.
throw + off (2)
The sixties was a time when people threw off old values.
throw + off (3)
This car throws off lots of smoke.
turn + off (1)
This is where the road to Kamakura turns off.
turn + off (2)
Don't forget to turn off the lights.
turn + off (3)
I guess what really turned me off was his arrogant attitude.
wear + off (1)
The novelty of the game wore off.
wear + off (2)
Rocking chairs wear the polish off wood floors.
work + off (1)
By this time next year he will have worked off his ex-wife's debt.
work + off (2)
John worked off his anger on the poor dog.