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Mom said, I'll "clear off" your desk son so that you can use it to do your homework. --------------- clear off.
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despejar, dejar libre. to remove things from (an area or surface).

It took grandma a few minutes to "clear off" the dinner table. --------------- clear off.
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despejar, dejar libre. to remove things from (an area or surface).

Donal said, we didn’t play golf today. We decided to "call the game off" because of the rain. --------------- call something off.
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Cancelar. to cancel something.

Efrain said, the meeting was "called off" because our CEO was ill and couldn’t come. --------------- call something off.
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Cancelar. to cancel something.

Hey Alfonso please "call your dogs off" of my son. --------------- call off.
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llamar a no atacar. to order a dog or person to stop attacking someone or something.

I shouted at my neighbor to "call his dog off" but he just ignored me. --------------- call off.
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llamar a no atacar. to order a dog or person to stop attacking someone or something.

The grumpy old man Don Bernardo came out of his house and told the kids playing in the street to "clear off". --------------- clear off.
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irse, disparsirse rapidamente. Leave somewhere quickly.

The boys who’d been spraying paint saw police coming and "cleared off". --------------- clear off.
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irse, disparsirse rapidamente. Leave somewhere quickly.

Quito said, the top of my pen "came off" while it was in my top pocket, and now I’ve got an ink stain on my shirt. --------------- come off.
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Safarse, desprenderse. To detach from, to fall off or drop off something.

Hey Carmen, If your parachute "comes off" after you jump from a plane, you’re in trouble. --------------- come off.
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Safarse, desprenderse. To detach from, to fall off or drop off something.

Teacher Melany said that the students’ plan to cheat with their mobile phones didn’t "come off". A teacher caught them and threw them out of the exam. --------------- come off.
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Resultar, dar resultado. To be successful. (see also: work out).

The scheme didn’t "came off" as planned, and the Trump's family lost their money. --------------- come off.
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Resultar, dar resultado. To be successful. (see also: work out).

If you get angry Bolillo, stop, count to ten, and try to "cool off" before you say anything. --------------- cool off.
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Calmarse. Become calmer. (see also: calm down).

I wouldn’t bother Omero while he’s angry. Wait until he’s "cooled off". --------------- cool off.
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Calmarse. Become calmer. (see also: calm down).

Ibanka said that "copped off with" Elton Jhon at a party. ----------------------------- cop off with (UK. slang).
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Tener sexo. to have sexual intercourse with someone. (UK) slang.

Serapio "copped off with" one of the girls at the party. --------------- cop off with (UK. slang).
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Tener sexo. to have sexual intercourse with someone.

Essy said, every morning I "drop the kids off" at school on my way to work. --------------- drop somebody/something off.
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Dejar en. to take someone to a place that they want to go to, or to deliver something to a place, usually in a car, often when you are going somewhere else.

Steave said, I'm driving into downtown Chicago so I can "drop you off" on the way. --------------- drop somebody/something off.
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Dejar en. to take someone to a place that they want to go to, or to deliver something to a place, usually in a car, often when you are going somewhere else.

Jose Romo "dozed off" during our boss’s speech and started to snore. It was really funny!. --------------- doze off.
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Dormirse. to gradually start to sleep, especially during the day. (see also: nod off).

Uncle Robert "dozed off" in front of the TV. --------------------------------------- doze off.
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Dormirse. to gradually start to sleep, especially during the day. (see also: nod off).

George Ramos said, we should "hold off" the advertising campaign on tv until next month, as consumer spending will be down this month. --------------- (hold off) something.
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Postergar de hacer algo, demorar en hacer algo. to deliberately delay doing something. (see also: put back, put off).

Obama may decide to "hold off" the reform for a few days. ------------------------- (hold off) something.
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Postergar de hacer algo, demorar en hacer algo. to deliberately delay doing something. (see also: put back, put off).


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