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phrasal verb [transitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theygo off with
he/she/itgoes off with
present participlegoing off with
past tensewent off with
past participlegone off with
  1. 1
    go off with someone to start a new relationship with someone after leaving the person you were previously having a relationship with
    Apparently he’s gone off with someone he met at a conference last year.
  2. 2
    go off with something to leave with something that belongs to someone else
    Someone’s gone off with my coffee cup.
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