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    Smile this species will eventually die off/out.

    If we don't do something, the giant panda will die off/out.



    Which would you use in the above context, off or out, and why? Thanks.

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    Default Re: this species will eventually die off/out.

    If we don't do something, the giant panda will die out (of existence).

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    Default Re: this species will eventually die off/out.

    Thanks, David.
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