drive away, drive off
Is there any difference between 'drive away' and 'drive off'? Does 'drive off' suggest 'drive away in a hurry'? Thanks.
Re: drive away, drive off
The only difference I see is that "drive away" is more formal.
Originally Posted by joham
"Off" is very common usage, referring to someone leaving.
"We're off!" We leaving now.
"He's off at last." He's gone, finally.
He drove off without paying the parking lot attendant.
After the policeman gave him a ticket, he drove off in a rage.
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