make off

  1. run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
    The thief made off with our silver
    the accountant absconded with the cash from the safe
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How To Use make off In A Sentence

  • Devotees at mandirs make offerings to Shiva and chant ‘Om Nama Shivaaya’ throughout the night, in a process that helps to calm the mind and bring one closer to divinity.
  • Scott P. Greiner, extension agent for animal science at Virginia Tech, told those present that mixing breeds of cattle in reproduction, or "crossbreeding," spawns desirable traits that can make offspring keep healthier and live longer. Daily News-Record
  • His firm turns to modular systems when site conditions make off-site assembly easier, quicker, or cheaper to do.
  • Local housing authorities have been compelled by the housing crisis to make offers of sub-standard accommodation.
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  • Players are Chicago era mobsters trying to make off with briefcases full of stolen loot.
  • The planned changes would enable universities to make offers based on results rather than conditional offers based on predicted grades. Times, Sunday Times
  • In it, Parson shoots an elephant and lets a bunch of villagers make off with its flesh.
  • A whale shark tilts upright and yanks on a net, trying to make off with a fisherman's catch.
  • How much profit to these dealers make off on kilo brick?
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