set off (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb set off (1).
Meaning: to begin a journeySynonym: set out, leave, set forth (formal)
- set off If they set off at ten o'clock, they should arrive by midday.
- be setting off What time will you be setting off in the morning?
If your plane leaves at 9 o'clock, you'll need to set off for the airport about
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Contributor: Matt Errey