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log off
to perform the actions that allow you to finish using a computer system.
logging off
................................. the website will return you to the first page.
log out
the same meaning what log off has.
logged out
You have successfully .............................. of the system.
log on
the opposite of log off.
logging on
If your system is running slowly, try logging off and then .......................... again.
put sb off
to make sb stop liking or being interested in sb or sth. to distrub sb who is trying to give all their attentin to sth.
off-putting
adj from put off
put him off
It .............................. eating her food.
put people off
His manner tends to ............................... .
put Ben off
The loud music ............................. his work.
off-putting
Some children find it ............................... to have a teacher watching them while they work.
put sth off
to delay sth.
put off
Their've decided to ......................... their wedding until March.
putting it off
You have to go to the dentist. Why keep ......................... ?
set off
to begin a journey
set off
I usually ................... for college at about seven.
put off
I never ............... paying my bills.
setting off
We unpacked and changed our clothes before ........................ to explore.
set back
hold, slow down
set aside
v. annul, cancel, nullify, delete, repeal, put away
set out
more often used about a long journey.
take off
to leave the ground and begin to fly.
taking off
We were a bit late ...................... .
take-off
We are now ready for .......................... .
land
the opposite of take off
landed
It was raining when we took off in Paris, but sunny when we ......................................... in London.
take sth off
to remove an item of clothing
take off
Do you mind if I ................... my shoes?
put sth on
The opposite of take sth off
put on
John stopped at the door, took off his shoes and .................. his slippers.