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switch offTo turn a switch to the "off" position in order to stop or disable a device.Rate it:

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switch offTo alternate between; to trade.Rate it:

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tag offTo hover an RFID device such as a smartcard over a receiver, often with a graphical user interface, in order to confirm the end of use or one's exit from the vehicle.Rate it:

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tail offTo gradually subside or diminish; to tail away.Rate it:

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take a load offTo go from a standing position to a sitting one.Rate it:

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take offTo leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.Rate it:

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Take Off Your Hat to SomeoneAdmiring or praising someone for significant achievementRate it:

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take off!An order, a sharp command, a desultory admonition, Take Your Leave, now!, Get Lost!, Leave Town!Rate it:

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take one's eye off the ballTo lose one's concentration on what is most important.Rate it:

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take one's hat off toTo publicly praise or thank.Rate it:

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take someone's head offTo berate.Rate it:

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talk someone's ear offTo talk excessively or far more than is wanted or appreciated.Rate it:

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talk the leg off a wooden indianExcessive talk.Rate it:

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tear a strip off somebodyTo scold vigorously.Rate it:

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tear a strip off someoneTo scold vigorously.Rate it:

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tear offTo rip away from; to pull a piece from forcibly.Rate it:

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tear offTo leave or depart rapidly.Rate it:

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teed offAnnoyed, upset, angry.Rate it:

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tell offTo speak to someone rudely, disrespectfully or angrily; to berate; to unleash one's fury verbally towards someone.Rate it:

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tell offTo rebuke, to reprimand, or to admonish.Rate it:

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telling offA reprimand, reproach, or lecture.Rate it:

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the pants offAn intensifier used with some transitive action verbs to indicate that the action is performed with thoroughness, vigor, or complete success.Rate it:

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the wheels came offSynonym of the wheels fell offRate it:

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the wheels came off the wagonSynonym of the wheels fell offRate it:

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the wheels fell offSomething failed, often after a laborious, tiring process.Rate it:

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the wheels fell off the busSynonym of the wheels fell offRate it:

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the wheels fell off the wagonSynonym of the wheels fell offRate it:

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throw offTo confuse; especially, to lose a pursuer.Rate it:

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throw offTo introduce errors or inaccuracies; to skew.Rate it:

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throw off balanceTo unsettle, to catch by surprise.Rate it:

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throw off the trailTo misguide.Rate it:

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tick offSign with a tick.Rate it:

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tick offTo annoy, aggravate.Rate it:

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tick offTo reprimand.Rate it:

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tick off!Aggravate, irritate, disturb, rankle, rub, assail, insult an individual.Rate it:

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time offA period of time where one is not required to work.Rate it:

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tip offinformationRate it:

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tip-offAn obvious clue or indication.Rate it:

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toddle offTo leave or departRate it:

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toddle offTo dieRate it:

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top it all offTo emphasize or underscore; to make something even better or worse.Rate it:

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top it offTo emphasize or underscore; to make something even better or worse.Rate it:

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torque offTo annoy, distress, or anger.Rate it:

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toss offTo drink up rapidly.Rate it:

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toss offTo assemble hastily.Rate it:

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toss offTo masturbate.Rate it:

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toss offTo deliver in an offhand manner.Rate it:

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trade-offa balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; a compromise.Rate it:

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trail offTo slowly diminish in intensity, volume or frequency; thus, to diminish more quickly over time.Rate it:

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trot offto leave, departRate it:

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