This page is about the phrasal verb put off
If you put something off, you change the time it's meant to happen to a later time or date.
- put sth off If it's too hot to play the final game today, they'll put it off until tomorrow.
- be put off We went to the meeting, but no-one was there. It had been put off until the following day, but no-one had told us!
- put off doing sth We'll have to put off opening the new office because the builders are taking so long to finish it.
Nouns often used as objects with put off: meeting, concert, game, event, opening
The concert has been put off
Contributor: Matt Errey