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- (v) run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
- (v) be discharged or activated
- (v) go off or discharge
- (v) stop running, functioning, or operating
- (v) happen in a particular manner
- (v) burst inward
- Still others go off when a ship's hull increases the water pressure.
- It can be nice to go off on a new pilot when old things aren't working very well, rather than sticking around and trying to make them work.
- Their attacks follow a similar pattern: numerous crude bombs timed to go off in sequence in bus stations, temples and markets.