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spin sth off

phrasal verb with spin uk   /spɪn/ us   /spɪn/ verb present participle spinning, past tense spun, past participle UK also span
  • (COMPANY)

mainly US to form a separate company from part of an existing company: The company is trying to spin off part of its business.
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spin sth off

UK also spin sth out
phrasal verb with spin uk   /spɪn/ us   verb spinning, spun, spun, UK also span
COMMERCE, MARKETING, MANAGEMENT to separate part of a company so that it becomes an independent business: The company plans to spin off its shipbuilding unit by the end of the year.spin sth off from/of sth Schacht was the company's first CEO when it was spun off from AT&T. CSR was spun out of Cambridge Consultants.spin sth off into sth Management's solution was to spin off five of their brands into five companies.
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(Definition of spin sth off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “spin sth off”
in Chinese (Simplified) 产品, 派生出,衍生出…
in Chinese (Traditional) 產品, 派生出,衍生出…
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