run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along;
"The thief made off with our silver"
"the accountant absconded with the cash from the safe"
be discharged or activated;
"the explosive devices went off"
go off or discharge;
"The gun fired"
stop running, functioning, or operating;
"Our power went off during the hurricane"
happen in a particular manner;
"how did your talk go over?"
"The bottle imploded"
- The bomb went off in a crowded street.
- The bomb was timed to go off at 12 o'clock.
- Hamlet goes off stage left.
- The headache went off quite suddenly.
- The thieves ran away when the burglar alarm went off.
- The car alarm went off as John Doe was trying to steal the car.
- Everything went off according to plan.
- The ceremony went off without a hitch.
- Fish soon goes off in this hot weather.
- We haven't a fridge and the milk goes off within a day in hot weather.
- go off the deep end 仓促行事
- go off at a tangent 跑题,突然做起其他事...
- go off with 拿去
- go off at half-cock 着急
- go off at half cock 枪走火
- go off the hooks [口]死
- go off half-cocked 在不知道全部事实的情...
- Off you go! 去你的吧！
- go off the top 冒火
- go off with a bang 进行得非常顺利,非常...
- go off at 怒斥
- go off the air 停止广播
- go off 爆炸
- go off like a candle in a snuff 突然死掉
- go off a half cock 走火
- first go off 最初
- go off on a tangent 跑题
- go off the handle 冒火,翘辫子...
- go off gold 废除金本位
- go off the boil 停止沸腾
- come off 能够去掉
- absquatulate 逃走
- run off 逃跑
- go over 检查
- discharge 排出
- bolt 门闩
- decamp (士兵)离营
- fire 火
- make off 离开
- implode 内爆
- abscond 潜逃
- go on 继续