OFF

OFF

1  (RP)

‘off’ is an adverb particle most often and often appears followed by punctuation, a preposition or conjunction.

4 OFF (II) 1161417

 

PHRASES:
5 OFF of (II21)

6 ‘OFF’ is found as an adjective before a noun.  ‘off season’.  (JJ%) 

8 OFF (JJ22) 31880

11 OFF (RR21) 15526

1 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) . (.) 61854

3 FIRST (MD) OFF (RP) , (,) 42297
4 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) , (,) 34337
5 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) AND (CC) 23052
6 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 22060

10 THEM (PPHO2) OFF (RP) . (.) 20278

13 AND (CC) OFF (RP) . (.) 16744

15 BASED (VVN) OFF (II21) OF (II22) 15453

17 SHOW (VVI) OFF (RP) YOUR (APPGE) 13169

19 , (,) OFF (II) THE (AT) 11638
20 START (VVI) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 11542

22 TURNED (VVN) OFF (RP) . (.) 11295
23 PAY (VVI) OFF (RP) THE (AT) 11017

27 UP (RP) OFF (II) THE (AT) 10109
28 ME (PPIO1) OFF (RP) . (.) 9902
29 AND (CC) OFF (RP) , (,) 9806

32 OR (CC) OFF (RP) . (.) 9055
33 IS (VBZ) OFF (RP) . (.) 9008
34 IS (VBZ) OFF (RP) TO (II) 8902
35 PAY (VVI) OFF (RP) . (.) 8780
36 STARTED (VVD) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 8406
37 SHOW (VVI) OFF (RP) THEIR (APPGE) 8391
38 PUT (VVN) OFF (RP) BY (II) 8364
39 SHOW (VVI) OFF (RP) THE (AT) 8290
40 THEM (PPHO2) OFF (RP) , (,) 8258
41 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) TO (II) 8164
42 BETTER (JJR) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 8143
43 START (VV0) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 8128
44 IS (VBZ) OFF (RP) , (,) 8029

47 AND (CC) OFF (RP) FOR (IF) 7696

 

48 COMING (VVG) OFF (II21) OF (II22) 7655

 

49 PAY (VVI) OFF (RP) YOUR (APPGE) 7584

52 THE (AT) OFF (JJ%) CHANCE (NN1) 7311
53 HATS (NN2) OFF (RP) TO (II) 7287
54 TAKE (VVI) OFF (RP) . (.) 7251
55 SHOW (VV0) OFF (RP) YOUR (APPGE) 7228
56 PAID (VVN) OFF (RP) . (.) 7039

58 HIM (PPHO1) OFF (RP) . (.) 6947
59 TIME (NNT1) OFF (RP) . (.) 6929
60 STARTS (VVZ) OFF (RP) WITH (IW) 6882
61 THEM (PPHO2) OFF (RP) AND (CC) 6773
62 TOOK (VVD) OFF (RP) . (.) 6715
63 PULL (VVI) OFF (RP) THE (AT) 6693

66 FINISH (VVI) OFF (RP) THE (AT) 6611
67 GOT (VVD_VVN) OFF (RP) TO (II) 6556
68 TIME (NNT1) OFF (RP) , (,) 6490
69 . (.) OFF (II) THE (AT) 6461
70 CUT (VVN) OFF (RP) FROM (II) 6414
71 PULL (VVI) OFF (RP) A (AT1) 6394
72 YOU (PPY) OFF (RP) . (.) 6308
73 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) IN (II) 6273

76 TURNED (VVN) OFF (RP) , (,) 6150
77 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) FOR (IF) 6113
78 LEFT (VVD) OFF (RP) . (.) 5992

80 (NULL) OFF (II) THE (AT) 5958
81 CUT (VVN) OFF (RP) . (.) 5955
82 FEET (NN2) OFF (II) THE (AT) 5857

84 ALL (DB) OFF (RP) , (,) 5772
85 MONEY (NN1) OFF (II21) OF (II22) 5697
86 THE (AT) OFF (JJ%) SEASON (NNT1) 5587

88 ” (”) OFF (II) THE (AT) 5507
89 DAY (NNT1) OFF (RP) . (.) 5487

91 HOLD (VVI) OFF (RP) ON (II) 5473
92 TURNED (VVN) OFF (RP) BY (II) 5470

94 SHOWING (VVG) OFF (RP) THE (AT) 5431

96 TIME (NNT1) OFF (RP) TO (TO) 5308
97 IT (PPH1) OFF (RP) AT (II) 5181
98 PAY (VVI) OFF (RP) IN (II) 5175

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