the season when travel is least active and rates are lowest
That part of the year when business is most slack and there are fewest clients or visitors
Period of time when regular competitions are not being held, or when an athlete is not participating in competitions.
The numerical value of off-season in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of off-season in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm in my off-season so I can enjoy myself, enjoy my Christmas dinner and have a few drinks.
The reasoning that second-quarter is off-season in Japan has some merit, but it is too soon for Line to have shrinking revenue.
We pay our regular dancers 400 pesos ($9) per day during the off-season. During the Chinese New Year week they usually get as much as 1,000 pesos ($23) per day.
I do like the conditions here. I mean, obviously hard courts is the surface I feel very comfortable on, normally, if you put in good work in the off-season and work hard, you're going to get good rewards at the beginning of the year. I feel like the effort and work that I put in December has helped me here.
It's a portrait of my dad. I got it last year in April, I think. I've always wanted to have a tattoo. I have the portrait of my dad at home in my bedroom, also. I don't get to see him that often. Normally in the off-season, it's been a very long road for me and my whole family. That's one of the things I've been wanting to do for a very long time and I had the opportunity to do that with a great tattoo artist in Cologne in Germany last year.
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