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Traductions de off dans le dictionnaire anglais»français

I.off [Brit ɒf, Am ɔf, ɑf] SUBST inf (start) Off is often found as the second element in verb combinations ( fall off, run off etc.) and in offensive interjections ( clear off etc.). For translations consult the appropriate verb entry ( fall off, run off, clear off etc.).
off is used in certain expressions such as off limits, off piste etc. and translations for these will be found under the noun entry ( limit, piste etc.).
For other uses of off see the entry below.

1. off (leaving):

Voir aussi : well off, street, run off, piste, on, limit, fall off, clear off, better off

II.run off VERBE [Brit rʌn -, Am rən -] (run off [sth], run [sth] off)

I.on [Brit ɒn, Am ɑn, ɔn] PRÉP When on is used as a straightforward preposition expressing position ( on the beach, on the table) it is generally translated by sur: sur la plage, sur la table; on it is translated by dessus: there's a table over there, put the key on it = il y a une table là-bas, mets la clé dessus.
on is often used in verb combinations in English ( depend on, rely on, cotton on etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( depend, rely, cotton on etc.).
If you have doubts about how to translate a phrase or expression beginning with on ( on demand, on impulse, on top etc.) consult the appropriate noun or other entry ( demand, impulse, top etc.).
This dictionary contains usage notes on such topics as dates, islands, rivers etc. Many of these use the preposition on. For the index to these notes .
For examples of the above and further uses of on, see the entry below.

1. on (position):

3. on (on or about one's person):

4. on (about, on the subject of):

6. on (in expressions of time):

11. on (indicating a medium):

1. on (taking place, happening):

2. on (being broadcast, performed, displayed):

3. on (functional, live):

1. on (on or about one's person):

IV.on [Brit ɒn, Am ɑn, ɔn] on and off, a. off and on ADV

on → get

I.limit [Brit ˈlɪmɪt, Am ˈlɪmɪt] SUBST

1. limit (maximum extent):

3. limit (boundary):

I.clear off VERBE [Brit klɪə -, Am ˈklɪr -] (clear off) inf Brit

II.clear off VERBE [Brit klɪə -, Am ˈklɪr -] (clear off [sth]) Am

I.sweat off VERBE [Brit swɛt -, Am swɛt -] (sweat [sth] off, sweat off [sth])

straggle off VERBE [Brit ˈstraɡ(ə)l -, Am ˈstræɡəl -]

II.blow off VERBE [Brit bləʊ -, Am bloʊ -] (blow [sth] off, blow off [sth])

II.stand off VERBE [Brit stand -, Am stænd -] (stand [sb] off) inf (stand off [sb]) inf (lay off)

I.strain off VERBE [Brit streɪn -, Am streɪn -] (strain [sth] off, strain off [sth])

I.fend off VERBE [Brit fɛnd -, Am fɛnd -] (fend off [sb/sth], fend [sb/sth] off)

off dans le dictionnaire PONS

Traductions de off dans le dictionnaire anglais»français

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