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verb (inf=to put off, puts off, putting off, put off)
  1. To procrastinate (against)
Don't your homework until the last minute.
  1. to delay (a task, event, or deadline)
The storm the game by a week.
  1. to offend, repulse, or frighten
Almost drowning put him off swimming.
adjective (pos=put off)
  1. offended, repulsed
The guest was by an odor.
  1. daunted or fazed
    All but the most dedicated were by the huge task.

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