Definition of 'throw off'
Example sentences containing 'throw off'
`We could relive the experience and you could pretend you're an earnest schoolgirl who's managed to throw off her teachers.JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
He had let himself be slugged to throw off suspicion, but they had hit him too hard and broken his collarbone.THREE IN ONE
The distance from Ecuador to Sacramento is great enough that the curvature would throw off the transmissions.MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
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