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Verb: come off  kúm óf
  1. Come to be detached
    "His retina came off and he had to be rushed into surgery";
    - detach, come away
  2. Happen in a particular manner
    "how did your talk come off?";
    - go off, go over
  3. Break off (a piece from a whole)
    - chip, chip off, break away, break off

Derived forms: coming off, came off, comes off, come off

See also: wear out

Type of: come about, divide, fall out, go on, hap [archaic], happen, occur, part, pass, pass off, separate, take place