Phrasal verb PUT OFF


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    1. To put off something (or put something off) is to decide to do something at a later time or date (to postpone it).

    Examples of use:

    1. We were going to get married in March, but we put it off until June because my grandmother was ill.
    2. Can we put off the meeting until tomorrow, please? I am very busy today.


    2. To put off someone (or put someone off) is to delay seeing them or doing something for them.

    Examples of use:

    1. I don’t want to see the salesman today. Can you put him off until next week?
    2. My parents were coming to visit this week, but we had to put them off because our heating is broken.


    infinitive put off
    present simple put off and puts off
    -ing putting off
    past simple put off
    past participle put off






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