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English definition of “off”

off

adverb (LESS MONEY)    /ɒf/ US  /ɑːf/
B1 (of money) taken away from the original price: You can get some money off if you pay cash. There's 40 percent off this week on all winter coats. There was $40 or $50 off most jackets in the store.Value and price decreases
(Definition of off adverb (LESS MONEY) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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