Race Off – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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RACE OFF
Race off means to leave in a hurry. Race is a regular verb and the three parts are race, raced, and raced.

  • The CEO has a busy schedule, so he had to race off after the meeting.
  • I’m going to race off after work because I have a doctor appointment.
  • We raced off after the Yankee game to catch the train home.

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