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  1. off-daynoun

    a day when things go poorly

    "I guess this is one of my off-days"

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  1. off-day

    An off-day refers to a day when a person is not performing their regular or scheduled activities, such as work or study. This could be due to various reasons, such as a holiday, leave, or sickness. Alternatively, it can also refer to a day when someone is not performing at their usual skill level or capacity, often because they are feeling unwell or out of sorts.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of off-day in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of off-day in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of off-day in a Sentence

  1. Joanne Oliver:

    We dont ever do cut-offs near a holiday, if Christmas falls on a cut-off day, were not cutting people off. It will get delayed until the following week.

  2. Probarb:

    It is difficult to understand what kind of virus is this that can remain suspended in air on street but can't enter houses, comes on weekly off day for a certain time period, affects common people but not big wigs, benefits a certain section of people.

  3. Bud Liebler:

    People saw him in the trenches, when we needed the loan guarantees and he was pounding the halls of Congress, the dealers were with him ... he worked his head off day and night, and everyone who was involved in any way with Chrysler knew it.

  4. Shohei Ohtani:

    Fortunately, we've got an off day tomorrow.

  5. Sibtain Ahmed:

    The helicopter came very close to the helipad, maybe 250 meters in the air, just above the school, it hovered there for a while and then tried to turn when it crashed. Thankfully there were no kids in the school because it was an off-day for security reasons. The helicopter caught fire and was on fire for over an hour.


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