Synonyms of 'go off'
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1 departDictionary, leave, quit
She just went off without saying a word to anyone.
In the morning Mr McDonald departed for Sydney.
Just pack your bags and leave.
Police were called when he refused to quit the building.
I wish he'd just go away and leave me alone.
hook it (slang)
pack your bags (informal)
bog off (British , slang)
rack off (Australian , New Zealand , slang)
2 explodeDictionary, fire, blow up
A gun went off somewhere in the distance.
3 soundDictionary, ring, toll
The fire alarm went off.
4 take placeDictionary, happen, occur
The meeting went off all right.
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A chime is a ringing sound made by a bell, especially when it is part of a clock.
the chime of the Guildhall clock
Thesaurus for go off from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you go off someone or something, you stop liking them.