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Verb: get off  get óf
  1. Leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
     
  2. Be relieved of one's duties temporarily
     
  3. Transfer
    - send
     
  4. (law) cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case
     
  5. Escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action
    "She gets off with murder!";
    - get away, get by, get out, escape
     
  6. Enjoy in a sexual way
    "He gets off on shoes"
     
  7. (riding) alight from (a horse)
    - unhorse, dismount, light, get down, demount
     
  8. Get out of quickly
    "The officer got off when he spotted an illegally parked car";
    - hop out
     
  9. Send via the postal service
    - mail, post [Brit]
     
  10. Get high, stoned, or drugged
    "He gets off every weekend";
    - trip, trip out, turn on
     
  11. Deliver verbally
    "He got off the best line I've heard in a long time"

Derived forms: getting off, gets off, got off

Type of: avoid, bask, come down, descend, enjoy, exit, express, fall, get out, give tongue to, go down, go out, leave, love, relish, savor [US], savour [Brit, Cdn], send, send out, transfer, utter, verbalise [Brit], verbalize

Antonym: get on

Encyclopedia: Get off