put (one) off (something) 1. To deter or repel one from something or from doing something. The sight of the blood put me off my food for the rest of the day. Please don't spread the news about the robbery. We don't want to put our guests off staying with us overnight. 2.
put off. vb. 1. ( tr, adverb) to postpone or delay: they have put off the dance until tomorrow. 2. ( tr, adverb) to evade (a person) by postponement or delay: they tried to put him off, but he came anyway. 3. ( tr, adverb) to confuse; disconcert: he was put off by her appearance.
make something happen later. arrange to see someone later. stop someone concentrating. switch something off. let a passenger get off. 1. to make someone not want to do something, or to make someone not like someone or something. Lack of parking space was putting potential customers off. Robert’s attitude towards women really puts me off.
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