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Turkish translation of “off”

off

adjective [never before noun]
 
 
/ɒf/
NOT CORRECT not correct
yanlış, eksik, doğru değil
Our sales figures were off by ten percent.Wrong
FOOD B2 If food or drink is off, it is not now fresh and good to eat or drink.
bayat, eskimiş, yenilmez, bozuk
This milk smells off.Not pleasant to eat or drink
NOT AT WORK A2 not at work
izinli, çalışmayan, boş
He's off today - I think he's ill. → See also off-chanceTime off work
(Definition of off adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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