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|present participle||putting off|
|past tense||put off|
|past participle||put off|
Lack of parking space was putting potential customers off.
Robert's attitude towards women really puts me off.
I put him off the idea of going shopping with me.
All this rain really puts you off going out after work.
I was trying to put off the moment when I would have to leave.
You can't put the decision off any longer.
He was glad to have an excuse to put off telling her the news.
They had to put the wedding off because the bride's mother had an accident.
I'll put off going to Scotland until you're well enough to look after yourself again.
Stop laughing – you'll put her off.
This is the British English definition of put off. View American English definition of put off.
to kill someone in a violent way