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off-peak

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˌɒfˈpiːk/ US   /ˈɒfˈpiːk/
not at the most popular and expensive time, when many people are doing or using a particular thing: off-peak phone calls off-peak train times off-peak hours Off-peak fares are cheaper prices for travelling on trains that are less busy.
off-peak adverb
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