off

suomi-englanti sanakirja

off englannista suomeksi

  1. pois, poispäin

  2. pois päältä oleva, sammutettuna, suljettuna, poissa päältä, poissa päältä oleva, pois päältä

  3. tappaa

  4. poissa, poissa oleva

  5. pilaantunut, pilalla

  6. peruttu

  7. huono

  8. päässä

  1. pois away, alas down, ylös up, ulos out

  2. pois

  3. pois, poissa, pois päältä

  4. pilalla, pilaantunut

  5. -sta elative case, -lta ablative case

  6. poissa + elative or ablative

  7. pois + elative or ablative

  8. -lta ablative case

  9. poissa + elative or ablative; cannot be used in all contexts, else use other phrasing, like "no longer taking meds"

  10. Verbi

  11. nistiä

  12. panna pois">panna pois, pistää pois">pistää pois

  13. Substantiivi

off englanniksi

  1. In a direction away from the speaker or object.

  2. (quote-book)

  3. (RQ:Frgsn Zlnstn)

  4. So this was my future home, I thought!(..)Backed by towering hills, the but faintly discernible purple line of the French boundary off to the southwest, a sky of palest Gobelin flecked with fat, fleecy little clouds, it in truth looked a dear little city; the city of one's dreams.

    (ux)

  5. Into a state of non-operation or non-existence.

  6. So as to remove or separate, or be removed or separated.

  7. Offstage.

  8. ''off''

  9. (n-g)

  10. Inoperative, disabled.

  11. (ant)

  12. Cancelled; not happening.

  13. ''The party's off because the hostess is sick.''

  14. Not fitted; not being worn.

  15. ''Your feet will feel better once those tight boots are off.''

    ''The drink spilled out of the bottle because the top was off.''

  16. Rancid, rotten, bad.

  17. Disgusting, repulsive, abhorrent.

  18. Less than normal, in temperament or in result.

  19. Inappropriate; untoward.

  20. ''I felt that his comments were a bit off.''

  21. Circumstanced.

  22. ''Our family used to be well off; now we're very badly off.''

    ''How are you off for milk? Shall I get you some more from the shop?''

  23. Started the way.

  24. 1922 , Joyce|James Joyce, ''(w)'', chapter V:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/4300

  25. —Hello, Bloom. Where are you off to?
    —Hello, M’Coy. Nowhere in particular.
  26. Far; off to the side.

  27. 1937, (w), ''Their Eyes Were Watching God'', Harper Perennial (2000), p.151:

  28. He came in, took a look and squinched down into a chair in an off corner and didn’t open his mouth.
  29. (n-g)

  30. (q) Presently unavailable.

  31. — ''I'll have the chicken please.''

    — ''Sorry, chicken's off today.''

  32. On the side furthest from the kerb (the right-hand side if one drives on the left).

  33. 1963, Jack Schaefer: ''Monte Walsh'', page 174:

  34. The man and the horse came closer and were Sonny Jacobs of the Diamond Six and a smallish neat sorrel definitely favouring its off forefoot.

    ''The off front wheel came loose.''

  35. In, or towards the half of the field away from the batsman's legs; the right side for a right-handed batsman.

  36. Not positioned upon; away from a position upon.

  37. Detached, separated, excluded or disconnected from; away from a position of attachment or connection to.

  38. (n-g)

  39. Removed or subtracted from.

  40. No longer wanting or taking.

  41. of|Out of the possession of.

  42. (non-gloss definition).

  43. ''Tantalum bar 6 off 3/8" Dia × 12"'' — Atom, Great Britain Atomic Energy Authority, 1972

    ''samples submitted … 12 off Thermistors type 1K3A531 …'' — BSI test report for shock and vibration testing, 2000

  44. To kill.

  45. {{quote-journal

  46. To switch off.

  47. Beginning; starting point.

  48. often

  49. (syn)

  50. (alternative spelling of)

  51. off-screen

  52. off-Broadway; minor-league; small-time