Phrasal Verb: Go off

Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Explode (bomb), start ringing (alarm)

Example: The fire alarm WENT OFF because someone was smoking in the toilets.

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Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Go bad

Example: The milk WENT OFF because I forgot to put it in the fridge.

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Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Start to dislike

Example: I WENT OFF her when she lied to me.

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Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Leave a place

Example: Please don't GO OFF until we have sorted this out.

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Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Take place, follow a plan or pattern

Example: The party WENT OFF well.

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Phrasal Verb: Go off


Meaning: Stop working (electric/electronic equipment)

Example: The lights GO OFF automatically when the office is empty.

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