进行; 爆炸; 突然大作; 停止运转
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Four officers were told to go off duty and rest at home.
He was priming the bomb to go off in an hour's time.
He heard the alarm go off.
People go off the rails in times of recession.
Surfers fly off to go where the waves are.
Things appeared to go wrong shortly after the blast-off.
PHRASAL VERB 对…不再喜欢；失去对…的兴趣 If you go off someone or something, you stop liking them.
V P n BRIT 英 INFORMAL 非正式
'Why have they gone off him now?' — 'It could be something he said.'...
I started to go off the idea.
PHRASAL VERB （爆炸装置）爆炸；（枪）开火 If an explosive device or a gun goes off, it explodes or fires.
A few minutes later the bomb went off, destroying the vehicle.
PHRASAL VERB （警报器）突然大作 If an alarm bell goes off, it makes a sudden loud noise.
Then the fire alarm went off. I just grabbed my clothes and ran out.
PHRASAL VERB (电器设备）停止运转 If an electrical device goes off, it stops operating.
As the water came in the windows, all the lights went off.
PHRASAL VERB 进行；进展 If you say how an organized event went off, you are saying whether everything happened in the way that was planned or hoped.
V P adv/prep
The meeting went off all right...
The voting went off without any undue irregularities.
PHRASAL VERB （食物或饮料）变质，腐败 Food or drink that has gone off has gone bad.
V P BRIT 英
Don't eat that! It's mouldy. It's gone off!
I'd better have waited till the rain went off.
She went off with the gardener's son.
He has gone off by the fire.
The headache went off quite suddenly.
The effects of the sedative have gone off.
Fish soon goes off in this hot weather.
The lecturer used to do well, but he seems to have gone off now.
1. run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
2. be discharged or activated;
- " "the explosive devices went off" "
3. go off or discharge;
- " "The gun fired" "
4. stop running, functioning, or operating;
- " "Our power went off during the hurricane" "
5. happen in a particular manner;
- " "how did your talk go over?" "
6. burst inward;
- " "The bottle imploded" "