Definition of Off the ground

1. Prepositional phrase. Having gotten a good start; having reached a level of stability or self-sufficiency. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Off The Ground

off stump
off target
off the back foot
off the bat
off the beaten path
off the beaten track
off the beaten track(p)
off the books
off the chain
off the chart
off the charts
off the clock
off the cuff
off the deep end
off the grid
off the ground (current term)
off the hook
off the hook(p)
off the mark
off the radar
off the rails
off the record
off the reservation
off the table
off the top of one's head
off the wagon
off the wall
off vocal
off white
off worlder

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