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PUT OFF Phrasal Verb Meaning & Examples in English
What does PUT OFF mean?
In this lesson we look at the meanings (definitions) of the English phrasal verb PUT OFF and have included example sentences to help you understand its use in spoken and written English.
Using phrasal verbs in everyday conversation helps you sound more like a native English speaker.
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PHRASAL VERBS: CALL OFF vs PUT OFF (LEARN THIS SUBTLE DIFFERENCE)
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To call something off means to cancel something. The game was called off because of the rain.
The manager called off the meeting
She called off the wedding
To put something off means to delay doing something.
I sometimes put off making videos
You might put off getting a teacher
He’s been putting off telling her about his job situation
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Meaning of TO PUT OFF A Really Short English Lesson with Subtitles
READ ALONG TO PRACTICE YOUR ENGLISH AND TO LEARN THE MEANING OF TO PUT OFF: So in English, when you put off something, it means that you delay doing it. I just went to the dentist today, and I’ll be honest. I was putting off going to the dentist for a long time. That means for the past year I haven’t gone to the dentist, and every time I was supposed to go, I would put it off. In other words, I would call the dentist, and I would say that I couldn’t make it for whatever reason, and I would change the date. So I kept putting off the date that I was supposed to go to the dentist. I don’t like going to the dentist. I don’t like sitting in the dentist chair. I don’t like having my teeth cleaned. I don’t like sitting with my mouth open for a long time, so I was putting off going to the dentist for quite a while. So if you put off something, you delay it.
If you do that a lot, if you put stuff off a lot, sorry, if you put stuff off a lot, it means that you have a tendency to procrastinate. It’s a pretty big word, procrastinate, but if you procrastinate a lot, it means that you delay a lot. You do a lot of things at the last minute, and you are regularly putting things off. I’m not normally a procrastinator, okay? Normally, I plan things well in advance, and I get things done in a timely fashion. So I usually don’t procrastinate, but if you are someone who regularly delays doing things and regularly puts things off, you might be a procrastinator.
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Hello, this is Jack from tofluency.com, and in this English lesson, we’re going to talk about the phrasal verb put off; to put off doing something.
And I used this phrase in one of my other videos, so let’s have a look at how I used it..
Now I hear reasons why English learners want to put off starting this journey.
So, in the video I said, “I hear reasons why English learners
want to put off starting this journey.”
So, to put something off or to put off doing something means to postpone it; to do it at a later time. Let’s have a look at some more examples of this phrasal verb:
I keep putting off going to the dentist so this means I continue to put off (going) it happens over and over again. My friend’s boss has put off the meeting until tomorrow so my friends boss has postponed the meeting until tomorrow and then talking about homework I’m sure a lot of people will relate to this I always put it off until the last minute; I always put it off until the last minute.
So, my question for you in this video is this: What have you put off doing recently? What have you put off doing recently?
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Phrasal Verbs with CARRY: "carry out", "carry away", "carry on"…
A phrasal verb is usually a verb plus a preposition that we use in a different context than the verb’s original meaning. For example, did you know that “to carry a tune” means to sing well? To “carry” literally means to move something while supporting it, but it can mean different things when used in phrasal verbs. In this lesson, you will learn what it means to “carry out your tasks”, “carry on” in class or at work, “get carried away”, and more.
Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is about phrasal verbs, using the verb “carry”. And again, phrasal… Phrasal verbs are verbs plus a preposition that, together, means something else than the two words themselves. Now, I know you’ve seen many of these phrasal verb lessons. Don’t worry, I think we’re almost done, because I’ve gone through most of them.
“Carry”, usually you carry… You carry a basket, you carry a child, you move something in your arms. You carry it. Right? So, most of those have to do with that idea of carrying something.
The most common of these is “carry on”. Okay? What does it mean to “carry on”? A few meanings. One is to continue. So, my staff is having a meeting, and I say: “Oh, sorry to interrupt everyone, but I need to make an announcement.” I make an announcement. “Everybody understands. Yes? Okay, carry on, continue.” Okay? It could also mean to continue something that’s been going on for a long time. So, for example, Jimmy wants to carry on his father’s tradition of having a barbeque every Sunday with the whole family, so to keep something going, like a tradition, a custom, etc.
“Carry on with” is a little bit different. Actually, it’s quite different. When you “carry on with someone”, it usually mean you were flirting. Now, I’m not sure if you know this word, “to flirt”. “To flirt” means to, like, have some fun with somebody of the opposite sex, or it could mean to have an actual affair, to have an affair with someone, to carry on with someone. Now, there’s quite a few differences between British English and American English. In British English, “carry on” can also mean to talk, and talk, and talk, and talk, usually complaining about something. “Oh, stop carrying on about that. We don’t care anymore.” In American English, it would just be go on. “Stop. Oh, you’re going on and on about this. Just forget it. Let it go. Move on. Continue.” Okay? So, British/American, slightly different.
“Carry over”. “Carry over”, it could mean carry something from here over to here, physically, but it could also mean to move something to another time, another place. For example, the meeting we had, we had too many things to speak about, we didn’t finish everything on time, so we will carry it over to tomorrow. Tomorrow we will start again, and finish what we need to do. So, “carry over”, move to a different time, place, position.
“Carry back”. Sometimes, you know, I’m driving in my car and I turn on the radio, and I hear this song, and it just carries me back to when I was a teenager in high school, and when I was just having fun. So, “carry back” means sort of like remind, but more in terms of nostalgia. Nostalgia. It just takes you back, carries you back to another time and place, a different mindset, etc.
“Carry around”. So, I can… If I have a baby, I could put on my little pouch thing on my back, put my baby on the back, and carry it around as I go for a little walk. So, you can, again, physically carry something around, but you can also carry around baggage, emotional baggage. So, for example, if you feel very, very guilty about something you did or something that happened, you can carry that guilt around with you for your whole life. It’s like a weight on your shoulders, and you’re carrying it around, even though it’s just inside your head. Okay? So, that person is carrying around too much baggage, emotional baggage.
“Carry off” means to complete something successfully. So, I had a big presentation at work, and after… After the presentation, my boss comes up to me, he goes: “You carried that off great. Good job.” Right? I did it, I finished it, successful, everybody was happy. “Carry off” also means to take away. Okay? I picked her up and carried her off into the sunset, my darling, whoever she might be.
“Out”, “carry out” basically means to do, or more correctly is to perform. You carry out a task. Okay? You do something. If the boss asks you to do something and he wants you to carry… Carry it out as soon as possible. Okay? In British English, “carry out” is the same as American “take out”. So you go to a restaurant, you order your food, and carry out; to go.
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“… that you put off, concerning your former conduct, the old man which grows corrupt according to the deceitful lusts, and be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and that you put on the new man which was created according to God, in true righteousness and holiness.” Ephesians 4:2224.
What does it mean to put off the old man, and put on the new man? This may sound complicated, but it actually just comes down to a decision, and a simple act of faith. In this video in the Bible Words Explained series we explain what Paul meant by the words he wrote in Ephesians 4:2224, and explain how you too can put off the old man, and put on the new man.
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