Spanish translation of 'come off'
intransitive verb + adverb
⇒ does this lid come off?
¿se puede quitar esta tapa?
- (= take place, come to pass)
- (= succeed)
⇒ to come off well/badly(= turn out)
- (= acquit o.s.)
⇒ to come off best
salir mejor parado,
⇒ the play came off in January
la obra dejó de figurar en la cartelera en enero
intransitive verb + preposition
- (= separate from)
⇒ she came off her bike
se cayó de la bicicleta
⇒ the car came off the road
el coche se salió de la carretera
⇒ the label came off the bottle
la etiqueta se desprendió de la botella
⇒ come off it!(informal)
⇒ I told him to come off it
le dije que dejase de hacer el tonto
- (= give up)
⇒ it's time you came off the pill
es hora de dejar la píldora
Example Sentences Including 'come off'
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The irregular shale had come off in thick, long plates, creating a kind of rift in the ledge.FLOATING CITY (1994)
In these high-ceilinged flats she would have come off badly.A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990
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Translation of come off from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary