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Translation of off in Spanish

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off apagado

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Sample sentences:
That bummer lives off his mother's money.

Ese holgazán vive del dinero de su madre.
He had to fend off his enemies' accusations. Tuvo que defenderse de las acusaciones de sus enemigos.
He jolted to take off the insect. Se sacudió para quitarse el insecto de encima.
to kick out; to dismiss; to lay off despedir
to challenge; face-off against desafiar
take off despegar, quitarse algo
to get off bajarse (transporte)
to take off (clothing) quitarse
to put out; to turn off apagar
drop me off me bajo aquí
to pull off sacar adelante
to drop off dar cabezadas


However I must say that if one is not very interested in archaeology or in architecture a two days visit would be enough. Unfortunately we had only one more day in this beautiful country.
After ten minutes and after drinking a bottle of water we returned to our place. It was already three in the morning. We were unhappy to miss a great party, but our physical conditions were bad.
The next morning she felt much better and we decided to take the bus to Puerto Varas, a small town near the Osorno volcano. The bus ride took around 13 hours and we passed through various, but not very interesting landscapes.