a little off

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English-Czech dictionary. 2013.

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  • a little off — I. not quite sane, a bit crazy, one brick short...    When Clem started eating grass, we knew he was a little off. II. not quite centered, not level    The picture above the table is a little off. Let s straighten it …   English idioms

  • off center — {adv. phr.} Not exactly in the middle. * /Mary hung the picture off center, because it was more interesting that way./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • off center — {adv. phr.} Not exactly in the middle. * /Mary hung the picture off center, because it was more interesting that way./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Little Dogs on the Prairie — is an animated Christian comedy show for children produced by Fancy Monkey Studios. The show takes place in a small town where prairie dogs live in holes covered by house sets. The show is narrated by Nathan Carlson, one of the many voices on the …   Wikipedia

  • off track — phrase unlikely to be successful or correct The project seems to have gone a little off track. Thesaurus: likely to failsynonym inexact and inaccuratesynonym Main entry: track * * * off track …   Useful english dictionary

  • off-color — adjective 1. ) an off color joke or remark is rude or offensive 2. ) not usually before noun BRITISH feeling slightly sick: I m feeling a little off color today, so I m not going to work …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • off-putting — off put|ting [ ɔf,putıŋ ] adjective MAINLY BRITISH 1. ) used for describing something that you want to avoid because it is unpleasant and not attractive: It tasted OK but the smell was a little off putting. 2. ) used for describing something that …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • off-bal|ance — «AWF BAL uhns, OF », adjective, adverb. 1. in an unsteady position: »Patterson, a little off balance…suddenly went to the floor in the second round (Newsweek). 2. by surprise: »[He] was plainly caught off balance at the first thrusts from his… …   Useful english dictionary

  • off the beaten track — adjective remote from populous or much traveled regions (Freq. 1) they found a quiet out of the way resort • Syn: ↑out of the way • Similar to: ↑far * * * off the beaten track 1. Away from frequented roads …   Useful english dictionary

  • off — /awf, of/, adv. 1. so as to be no longer supported or attached: This button is about to come off. 2. so as to be no longer covering or enclosing: to take a hat off; to take the wrapping off. 3. away from a place: to run off; to look off toward… …   Universalium

  • off — off1 W1S1 [ɔf US o:f] adv, prep, adj 1.) away from a place ▪ He got into his car and drove off. ▪ Suddenly they turned off and parked in a side road. ▪ Once we were off the main freeway, the trip felt more like a vacation. ▪ Her husband was off… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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