off-beat

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İngilizce - İngilizce
unusual, unconventional
beat off
To masturbate, usually a man of himself
beat off
To waste time

I beat off at work all day; I didn't get anything done.

beat off
To drive something away with blows or military force. Now often used figuratively
offbeat
An unconventional person, someone who does not follow the beat, who chooses not to conform

In addition to creating a web of stories that will be passed through many generations, these offbeats usually strengthen the fiber of their particular hobby.

Beat the socks off of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
beat off
drive away, repel, beat back, send away
offbeat
{s} not coinciding with the regular beat (Music); unusual (Slang); unconventional (Slang)
offbeat
informal terms; strikingly unconventional
offbeat
The beats not normally accented in a measure
offbeat
The second "half" of a beat (which might actually be shorter than half a beat in a swing rhythm)
offbeat
Refers to the weaker beats For example, beats 2 and 4 in standard 4/4 time Backbeat
offbeat
If you describe something or someone as offbeat, you think that they are different from normal. a wickedly offbeat imagination. = unconventional. unusual and not what people normally expect, especially in an interesting way
offbeat
An imaginary beat placed halfway between two beats If you were tapping your feet, the upbeat would occur when your toe reached its highest point off the ground
offbeat
Unusual, unconventional, not ordinary
off-beat