even off

VERB
  1. adjust for
    engineers will work to correct the effects or air resistance
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How To Use even off In A Sentence

  • In the past few years he has opened eleven Offices of Tibet, everywhere from Canberra to Moscow and last year alone provided prefaces and forewords for roughly thirty books.
  • With his life declared to be hanging by a thread, the fading duelist now urged his erstwhile adversary to flee the tavern–taking pains to insist that he had acquitted himself honorably–and even offered his own carriage for the getaway. Excerpt: Wedlock by Wendy Moore
  • 'They didn't even offer to pay.' 'Oh that's awful.'
  • And of course, millions of people in their 60s -- or in some cases, even younger -- are beginning to suffer the debilities of Alzheimer's Disease (AD), which can make even office work impossible. James Pinkerton: The Lowest Common Denominator of Politics -- and the Highest Common Denominator of Health
  • Mexican drug cartels have even offered a bounty for the killing of a U.S. law-enforcement officer.
  • It's even offering a gamepad controller accessory that fits over the back of the handset and looks like an old Nintendo pad.
  • 'They didn't even offer to pay.' 'Oh that's awful.'
  • He didn't even offer to pay me for the ticket.
  • We even offer nominee service which can help clients to receive all the dividends and bonus shares.
  • And the biggest public opinion poll for years shows that voters wouldn't even offer them a place in a primary school for political beginners. The Sun
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