go off

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go off
intransitive verb
1. (leave) 
a. marcharse, irse 
to go off with somebodyescaparse con alguien
to go off with somethingirse con algo, llevarse algo
2. (milk, meat, fish) 
a. echarse a perder 
3. (gun) 
a. dispararse 
4. (bomb) 
a. explotar 
5. (alarm) 
a. saltar, sonar 
to go off well or smoothlysalir bien
6. (be disconnected) 
the lights went offse fue la luz
transitive verb phrase
7. (lose liking for) 
I've gone off the ideame ha dejado de gustar la idea
go off
1 (leave) marcharse; irse
he went off with the au pair se largó (informal) or se marchó con la chica au pair
2 (stop) [+TV, light, heating] apagarse; [+pain] irse; pasarse
3 (be activated) [+bomb] estallar; [+gun] dispararse; [+alarm clock] sonar
4 (go bad) [+food] echarse a perder; [+milk] pasarse; echarse a perder
this milk has gone off
5 (pass off) salir
the party went off well la fiesta salió bien
the demo went off peacefully
6 (to sleep) quedarse dormido
I must have gone off for a few moments debo haberme quedado dormido unos instantes; he goes off to sleep the moment his head touches the pillow en cuanto pone la cabeza en la almohada se queda dormido
intransitive verb
(no longer like) [+thing] perder el gusto por; [+person] dejar de querer a
I've gone off the idea ya no me gusta la idea
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