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Used to indicate the particular occasion or circumstance: On entering the room, she saw him. Used to indicate the object affected by actual, perceptible action: The spotlight fell on the actress. He knocked on the door. Used to indicate the object affected by a figurative action: Have pity on them. Used to indicate the object of an action directed, tending, or moving against it: Used to indicate the object of perception or thought: Used to indicate the agent or agency of a specified action: Used to indicate a medicine or other corrective taken or undertaken routinely: Used to indicate a substance that is the cause of an addiction, a habit, or an altered state of consciousness: Used to indicate a source or basis: Used to indicate a source of power or energy: The car runs on methane.
Used to indicate the state or process of: Used to indicate the purpose of: Used to indicate a means of conveyance: Used to indicate availability by means of: Used to indicate belonging to: Used to indicate addition or repetition: Concerning and to the disadvantage of: We have some evidence on him. Informal In one's possession; with: I haven't a cent on me. At the expense of; compliments of: In or into a position or condition of being supported by or in contact with something: Put the coffee on.
In or into a position of being attached to or covering something: Put your clothes on. In the direction of something: He looked on while the ship docked. Toward or at a point lying ahead in space or time; forward: The play moved on to the next city. At or to a more distant point in time or space: I'll do it later on. Toward or to a different state or condition: Let's move on to another subject. The prepositional meaning "away from" and the adjectival sense of "farther" were not firmly fixed in this variant until 17c.
Meaning "not working" is from Off the cuff is from the notion of speaking from notes written in haste on one's shirt cuffs. Off the rack adj. Earlier verbal senses were "to defer" s , "to move off" In addition to the idioms beginning with off.
This button is about to come off. Take your feet off the table! Break a piece of bread off the loaf. Their eyes weren't off the king for a moment. I bought it off a street vendor. You are off on that point. He is a little off, but he's really harmless. The agreement is off. The electricity is off.
Kids Definition of off (Entry 2 of 4) 1: away from the surface or top of Take those books off the table. 2: at the expense of I lived off my parents. Off the rack (adj.) is from ; off the record is from ; off the wall "crazy" is , probably from the notion of a lunatic "bouncing off the walls" or else in reference to carom shots in squash, handball, etc. OFF is the critically acclaimed French surreal adventure RPG made by Mortis Ghost in The game was translated into English in and is considered a gem among indie adventure RPGs. OFF is widely praised for its in-depth and complex story, its rich and immersing environment, and .