Übersetzung von “off” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

off

prepositionoff /ɔf, ɒf/, off of /ˈɔf ˌʌv, əv, ˈɒf/
away from and no longer touching
before a consonant: de , before a vowel: d' , de+le: du , de+les: des

tears dripping off the end of her nose
des larmes tombant du bout de son nez

Don't step off of the sidewalk.
Ne descendez pas du trottoir.

They picked all the flowers off my plant!
Ils ont cueilli toutes les fleurs de ma plante !
in a position away from
en retrait de/d'/du/des

a room off of the main hall
une salle en retrait de la salle principale
right/just off
away from but very close to
juste à quelques mètres de/d'/du/des

The parking lot is just off Main Street.
Le parking n'est qu'à quelques mètres de Main Street.
not inside a large vehicle used by the public
de/d'/du/des

to get off the airplane/bus/train
descendre de l'avion / du bus/train
subtracted from a price
de/d'/du

Take 10% off everything in the store.
Enlevez 10% du prix de tout dans le magasin.
not eating or taking
qui arrête

an attempt to get teenagers off drugs
une tentative pour faire arrêter la drogue aux adolescents

off

adverboff /ɔf, ɒf/
away from a place
parti/-ie

He went off without telling anyone.
Il est parti sans le dire à personne.

They're off on a trip around the world.
Ils sont partis pour un voyage autour du monde.
removed or separated from
enlevé/-ée

Do you mind if I take my shoes off?
Est-ce que cela vous dérange si j'enlève mes chaussures ?

The handle came off in my hand.
La poignée m'est restée dans la main.
not at work or school
en repos/congé

I'm off until next Friday.
Je suis en congé vendredi prochain.
time off
congés

You don't get much time off in this job.
Tu n'a pas beaucoup de congés dans ce travail.
indicates a reduction in price
à moins

The shoes were 20% off.
Les chaussures étaient à moins 20%.
=away indicates how far sth is in time or distance
à ... de

I could see a light a little way off.
Je voyais la lumière à quelque distance de là.

Spring break isn't far off now.
Les vacances de printemps ne sont pas si loin.
=canceled no longer going to happen
annulé/-ée

They had a fight, and now the wedding is off.
Ils ont eu une dispute et maintenant le mariage est annulé.
not correct or exact
erroné/-ée

The estimate was only a little off.
L'estimation était un peu erronée.

Did his performance seem a little off to you?
Est-ce que tu n'as pas eu l'impression qu'il jouait un peu faux ?
not switched on or connected to a supply
éteint/-einte

All the lights in the house were off.
Toutes les lumières de la maison étaient éteintes.
better off
in a better situation
mieux

You'd be better off ignoring everything she says.
Ce serait mieux pour toi si tu ignorais tout ce qu'il dit.
off and on/on and off
sometimes happening and sometimes not
par intermittences

I've worked here off and on for the last eight years.
J'ai travaillé ici par intermittences durant les huit dernières années.

off

adjectiveoff [ ɔf, ɒf ] Brit
(not before n) (of food) not fresh or safe to eat
périmé/-ée

The milk is off.
Le lait est tourné.

(Übersetzung von “off” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

off

adverb /of/

away (from a place, time etc)

(pas d’équivalent français) Il est parti; Elle se fait couper les cheveux; Les vacances sont dans une semaine; Elle a enlevé son manteau
He walked off
She cut her hair off
The holidays are only a week off
She took off her coat.

not working; not giving power etc

en panne; hors circuit
The water’s off
Switch off the light.

not at work

en congé
He’s taking tomorrow off
He’s off today.

completely

complètement
Finish off your work.

not as good as usual, or as it should be

médiocre
His work has gone off recently

(of food) rotten

pourri
This milk has gone off – we can’t drink it
(also adjective) That meat is certainly off.

out of a vehicle, train etc

hors de
The bus stopped and we got off.

cancelled

annulé
The marriage is off.
off-chance noun

a slight chance

au cas oû
We waited, on the off-chance (that) he might come.
off-colour adjective (American off-color)

not very well

patraque
She’s a bit off-colour this morning.
offhand adjective

acting or speaking so casually that one is being rude

cavalier
offhand behaviour.
offhandedly adverb

cavalièrement
offhandedness noun

désinvolture, sans-gêne
offshore adjective

in or on the sea, not far from the coast

côtier, en mer
offshore oil wells.

(of winds) blowing away from the coast, out to sea

de terre
Strong offshore winds are forecast for this afternoon.
offside adverb

(in football, hockey etc) in a position (not allowed by the rules) between the ball and the opponents’ goal

hors-jeu
The referee disallowed the goal because one of the players was offside.
off-white adjective

not quite white, eg slightly yellow etc

blanc cassé
an off-white dress.
badly ( well off)

poor, rich

dans la gêne; aisé
The family was quite well off.
be off with you!

go away!

allez-vous en! va-t-en!
in the offing

about to happen

en vue
He has a new job in the offing.
off and on / on and off

sometimes; occasionally

de temps à autre
I see him off and on at the club.
the off season adjective (etc)

off-season rates.

(de) morte-saison; hors-saison

off

preposition

not wanting or allowed to have (food etc)

sans appétit
The child is off his food.

out of (a vehicle, train etc)

hors de
We got off the bus.

(Übersetzung von “off” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)