Bedeutung von “go off” — Learner’s Dictionary

go off

phrasal verb with go us uk /ɡəʊ/ verb [ I ] present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone

B1 to leave a place and go somewhere else:

She's gone off to a bar with Tony.
FOOD UK informal

B2 If food goes off, it is not good to eat any more because it is too old.


B1 If a light or machine goes off, it stops working:

The heating goes off at 10 o'clock.

B2 If a bomb or gun goes off, it explodes or fires.


B2 If something that makes a noise goes off, it suddenly starts making a noise:

His car alarm goes off every time it rains.
go off on one informal

to react angrily to something

(Definition von “go off” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)