Definition of 'far off'
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He would say that it was dreadfully sad, this fine Christian woman, on her way to a far-off country to collect her son's body. DESPERADOES (2004)But the older man's eyes were looking straight ahead, fixedly, as if watching some far-off scene. KARA KUSH (2004)
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Used Occasionally. far-off is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'far off'
British English: far off ADJECTIVE
If you describe a moment in time as far off, you mean that it is a long time from the present, either in the past or the future.
In those far off days it never entered anyone's mind that a woman could be prime minister.
Definition of far off from the Collins English Dictionary
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