at the outside of
from; away from
be lower than
not wishing or needing to take
at or to a point distant in space; away
into a state of being disconnected or removed
disconnected at the mains; not being supplied
so as to be completely finished or no longer
away or free from regular work
with less than usual activity; quiet
no longer fresh
"the oven is off"
"the lights are off"
"an off year for tennis"
"his performance was off"
"the wedding is definitely off"
"He's off every Tuesday"
"ran away from the lion"
"wanted to get away from there"
"sent the children away to boarding school"
"the teacher waved the children away from the dead animal"
"went off to school"
"they drove off"
"go forth and preach"
"the boat was 5 miles off (or away)"
"the party is still 2 weeks off (or away)"
"away back in the 18th century"
"clean off the dirt"
"he shaved off his mustache"
"The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered"
When the Queen said 'Off with his head!' she'd have offed with your head.
出自： K. Grahame
Casterbridge, the county-town, was a dozen or fifteen miles off.
出自： T. Hardy
And off he went.
出自： J. B. Priestley
Marrin considered the Severn his private property from which trespassers must be warned off.
出自： G. Household
Bean poles strung with black cotton to keep the birds off.
出自： M. Roberts
The 'glorious twelfth' only three days off.
出自： D. Ayerst