||off balance, not straight, out of whack
||One of the poles was off kilter. It was leaning toward the road.
|off my back
||(See get off my back)
|off the bat
||(See right off the bat)
|off the beaten track
||not on the main road, out of the way
||I like to explore places that are off the beaten track - wild places.
|off the cuff
||quickly, without thinking
||Off the cuff, I'd say there are 75 applicants. That's my guess.
|off the deep end
||(See go off the deep end)
|off the hook
||not charged with a crime, not obligated, let off
||The police found the murderer, which lets Louis off the hook.
|off the kitchen etc.
||leading from the kitchen, attached to the kitchen
||The laundry room is off the kitchen - very convenient.
|off the mark
||not correct, wrong
||His answer is a bit off the mark. Canada Day is July 1, not July 4.
|off the record
||not to be reported, not official
||What the President said is not to be printed. It's off the record.