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look offTo put off by one's facial expression.Rate it:

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marry offto force someone to get married, usually a relative.Rate it:

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mouth offTo complain or otherwise express oneself in a loud, immoderate manner.Rate it:

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mouth offTo talk impudently, especially to one's superior.Rate it:

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mouthed offsimple past tense and past participle of mouth offRate it:

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naff offA mild version of f** off.Rate it:

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no skin off one's backNo harm to one.Rate it:

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no skin off one's noseNo harm to one.Rate it:

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off balanceNot physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.Rate it:

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off balanceSurprised; perplexed.Rate it:

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off boardNot on or in a means of transportation.Rate it:

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off boardNot participating.Rate it:

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off chanceA condition of not being likely or probable.Rate it:

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off licencedrinks shopRate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMaking a rapid departure; away. [From 1960.](Australia, horse racing) Moving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMoving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMoving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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off like a prom dressMaking a start, or departing, very rapidly.Rate it:

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off messagedeviating from party lineRate it:

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off one's boxCrazy; unhinged; irrational.Rate it:

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off one's boxStoned or intoxicated.Rate it:

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off one's feedNot eating normally.Rate it:

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off one's feedRather unwell, especially with a reduced or altered appetite; somewhat disoriented or disconcerted.Rate it:

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off one's gameC. 1910, Ralph Henry Barbour, "The Dub" in The New Boy at Hilltop and Other Stories.Rate it:

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off one's gamePerforming in any activity below one's usual level; behaving in an irregular, inept, or awkward manner; feeling unwell.Rate it:

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off one's gamePlaying or competing below one's usual level of performance.Rate it:

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off one's medsUsed other than as an idiom: see off, meds.Rate it:

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off one's medsOut of control.Rate it:

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off one's nutInsane, crazy.Rate it:

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off one's own batAt one's own instigation.Rate it:

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off one's rockerCrazy; insane.Rate it:

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off one's titsHeavily intoxicated; under the influence of alcohol or drugs.Rate it:

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off one's treeCrazy; unhinged; irrational.Rate it:

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off one's trolleyHaving gone mad; insane.Rate it:

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off patThoroughly practiced, rehearsed, or understood.Rate it:

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off the back footFrom a defensive position.Rate it:

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off the beaten pathIn a secluded location; in a place which is not frequently visited or not widely known.Rate it:

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off the beaten trackIn a place or places not commonly visited.Rate it:

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off the chainCrazy and exciting; delirious and wild. By analogy to a frenetic dog when unleashed.Rate it:

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off the chainFree from work or direct supervision. In reference to slave labor, where workers are chained, or to the figurative chain of workers of an assembly line.Rate it:

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off the cuffspontaneouslyRate it:

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off the deep endCrazy, erratic, or irrational.Rate it:

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off the gridNot using electricity from the public electrical supply system.Rate it:

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off the gridNot connected to a publicly available communication system, such as the world-wide web or a mobile telephone network.Rate it:

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off the gridIsolated; in a remote location; in seclusion; not participating in some official process or system.Rate it:

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off the gridIn or into a situation or place in which electricity from the public electricity system is not used.Rate it:

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off the gridIn or into a clandestine or isolated situation or place, especially one in which public communication is curtailed.Rate it:

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off the gridSecretly; in a clandestine manner.Rate it:

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off the hookPerforming extraordinarily well.Rate it:

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off the hookRelieved of a duty, burden, responsibility, or pressure.Rate it:

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