Definitions for on and off

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. off and on, on and off(adverb)

    not regularly

    "they phone each other off and on"

Wiktionary

  1. on and off(Adverb)

    Intermittently.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Grigor Dimitrov:

    It's tough, we were on and off the court four times yesterday but it's in the game.

  2. Jeff Rasinski:

    We are seeing very keen demand and off-take which is unusual for this time of the year.

  3. Petra Stefankova:

    Life of the known and knowledgeable. Elevator. People coming in and coming out. One stays. Lights turn on and off.

  4. Gregorio Billikopf:

    There is still smoke on and off, but nothing so dramatic( as before), on a good day I can see about eight volcanoes.

  5. Sylvia Maxwell:

    It definitely showed that we definitely need each other, on and off the court, It showed us that we can get through anything together.


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