Definitions for off-season
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word off-season
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.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm in my off-season so I can enjoy myself, enjoy my Christmas dinner and have a few drinks.
I'm in love with the game and it's not difficult to prepare myself in the off season and to set new goals.
The reasoning that second-quarter is off-season in Japan has some merit, but it is too soon for Line to have shrinking revenue.
The first quarter is an off season, a high base from last year and the global situation is not stable, with all these factors, I'm going to be conservative.
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.
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