come off (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb come off (1)
Meaning: If something comes off, it becomes separated from the thing it's usually attached to.
- come off If the top of your pen comes off while it's in your top pocket, you could get a nasty ink stain on your shirt.
- come off I couldn't open the door because the doorknob came off in my hand.
If the motor comes off while a speedboat is being driven, the boat will
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Contributor: Matt Errey