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Phrasal Verbs with “to be” | Lesson 1

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Phrasal Verbs

be off

Meaning 1. To go bad.

When food is old and does not smell or taste good anymore, it is off.

This fish is off. It smells strange.

How old is this milk? I think it’s off.





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