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break off
stop talking
broke
He_off to answer the phone.
bring [sth] off
succeed in doing something
off
The team tried for years to win the competition and they finally brought it_.
carry [sth] off
complete succesfully [perhaps despite a problem]
carried
Jane had a difficult role to play, but she _it off.
come off
take place successfully
come
I'm afraid that the deal didn't _off after all.
drop off
fall asleep [coloquial]
dropped
The baby has just _off.
get off [with sth]
avoid punishment
get
They were lucky to_off with such light sentences.
got
Susan was punished but Alice _off.
go off
become bad [food]
gone
This milk has _off.
let [someone] off
excuse from punishment
let
As Dave was young, the judge_him off with a fine.
make off with
run away with
made
The thief_off with a valuable necklace.
put [someone] off
discourage, upset
off
The crowd put the gymnast_, and he fell.
pull [sth] off
manage to succeed
pulled
It was a tricky plan, but we_it off .
rip [someone] off
charge too much [colloquial, often passive]
ripped
You paid €50? They really _you off!
see someone off
go to station, airport, etc to say goodbye to someone
see
I went to the station to_them off.
take off
imitate [colloquial]
takes
Dave_off the prime minister really well.
wear off
lose effect [esp. a drug]
wear
These painkillers _off after two hours.