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    limp off a place

    Does "limp off a place" mean you leave a place by walking in a slow/awkward way?

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    Re: limp off a place

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    Does "limp off a place" mean you leave a place by walking in a slow/awkward way?
    Probably, but more context would help. What has happened immediately before the limping off?

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    Re: limp off a place

    The injured player limped off the court.<< this is an example.

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    Re: limp off a place

    See definition #1 here.

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    Re: limp off a place

    yes, and i want to know if "limp" which is with "off" here means you leave a place with a walking difficulty

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    Re: limp off a place

    Quote Originally Posted by kachibi View Post
    Yes, and I want to know if "limp" which is with "off" here means you leave a place with a walking difficulty.
    Yes. At the beginning of the match, the players walked on court. Later, one of them limped off court.
    He left the court with a limp.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: limp off a place

    Thanks.

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    Re: limp off a place

    Your thanks are appreciated, kachibi, but you don't need to send them in a separate post. We are all happy to accept a simple click on the Like button as your acknowledgement of our help.

    Rover

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