off the record

ADVERB
  1. not for quotation
    he spoke to the reporter off the record
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How To Use off the record In A Sentence

  • Off the record, players from both sides have admitted, in shrugs and winks, as much to me. Dallas Blog, Daily News, Dallas Politics, Opinion, and Commentary FrontBurner Blog D Magazine » Blog Archive » Trinity Vote: Parking is a Priority in My Life
  • Around this time I started fooling around with sampling some of the sounds off the records and putting my own beats to them.
  • he spoke to the reporter off the record
  • We talk to another general, this one surprisingly overdressed, who briefs us off the record.
  • The Prime Minister's remarks were strictly off the record.
  • Other well-known songs are recorded in mutilated versions, and usually sung by professional singers with such a stale perfunctoriness that you seem to smell the whisky and cigarette smoke coming off the record. As I Please
  • She made it clear that her comments were strictly off the record.
  • High ranking officials in the White House and the security services talk to him in depth on and off the record. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another group also emerged around a news-sheet Off the Record.
  • And it is hard to find anyone who speaks with administration officials off the record who believes their publicly pacific intentions.
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