Definition of Make off

1. Verb. Run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along. "The accountant absconded with the cash from the safe"

Exact synonyms: Abscond, Absquatulate, Bolt, Decamp, Go Off, Run Off
Specialized synonyms: Levant
Generic synonyms: Flee, Fly, Take Flight
Derivative terms: Absconder, Abscondment, Bolt, Decampment

Definition of Make off

1. Verb. (intransitive) To run away; to exit ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Make Off

make it up to
make known
make light of
make like
make like a banana and split
make like a tree and leave
make love, not war
make matters worse
make merry
make mincemeat out of
make much
make no bones about
make noise
make noises
make off (current term)
make off with
make old bones
make one's bed
make one's bed and lie in it
make one's mark
make one's way
make oneself at home
make oneself scarce
make or break
make out like a bandit
make over
make peace

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