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be off

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Etymology

to be + off

Verb

to be off

  1. To leave.
    I'll be off in a minute.
    I'm off — see you later!
  2. To be working against a present or former addiction to (something.)
    I've been off drugs for almost a month.
  3. To be away from (something.)
    She's on vacation, so she'll be off the net for another week.

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