come off

listen to the pronunciation of come off
Englisch - Türkisch
açığa çıkmak
(deyim) basarmak
başarılı olmak

Düğmelerden biri paltomdan koptu. - One of the buttons has come off my coat.

Ceketimden bir düğme koptu. - A button has come off my coat.

(deyim) dusmek
başarıya ulaşmak
sona ermek

Kapak çıkmak istemiyor. - The lid doesn't want to come off.

elde etmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- (sap vs.) çıkmak 2-olmak , vuku bulmak
meydana gelmek
beli gelmek
come off it
bırak numarayı
come off it!
(Konuşma Dili) bırak bu ayakları
come off it!
come off the hinges
çığırından çıkmak
come off it
hadi canım
come off well
iyi dökülmek
come off worst/get the worst of it
k. dili 1. yenilmek, altta kalmak. 2. en çok zarara uğramak
Come off it
{k} Yalanı bırak!/Bırak!
come off badly
kötü ama hasarsız atlatmak
come off badly
kötü gitmek
come off badly
kötü sonuca ulaşmak
come off guard
(isim)beti bitmek
come off guard
nöbeti bitmek
come off in scales
pul pul dökülmek
come off it
{k} (deyim) sacmalama
come off motorbike
motordan düşmek
come off motorcycle
motosikletten düşmek
come off second best
(deyim) bir yarışmada,bir tartışmada kaybetmek
come off smth
inmek gemiden
come off the boil
come off the boil
hızı kesilmek
come off the hinges
(deyim) çığrından çıkmak
come off worst/get the
{k} en çok zarara uğramak
come off worst/get the
{k} yenilmek, altta kalmak
come off it
hadi canım sen de
come off it
Englisch - Englisch
To become detached

One of the wagon wheels came off.

To have some success, to succeed

He tried his Chaplin impression, but it didn't really come off.

To appear; to seem; to project a certain quality

You should be careful about how you come off during interviews.

To come away (from a place); to leave
To have an orgasm

Don't people often come off together?’ she asked with naive curiosity.

happen, occur, take place, transpire; be finished; appear, seem; succeed
come to be detached; "His retina detached and he had to be rushed into surgery"
You say `come off it' to someone to show them that you think what they are saying is untrue or wrong
If something comes off, it is successful or effective. It was a good try but it didn't quite come off
If you come off a drug or medicine, you stop taking it. people trying to come off tranquillizers
break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
happen in a particular manner; "how did your talk go over?"
If someone comes off worst in a contest or conflict, they are in the worst position after it. If they come off best, they are in the best position. Some Democrats still have bitter memories of how, against all odds, they came off worst during the inquiry
come off it
An expression of disbelief

Come off it, you can't be serious.

come off it
leave the subject, drop it, forget it
come off of
let go, forget a subject
come off second best
finish in second place (in a competition)
come off well
excel; make a good impression
come off