throw off

throw off  {v.}
1. To get free from.
He was healthy enough to throw off his cold easily.
Compare: RID OF.
2. To mislead; confuse; fool.
They went by a different route to throw the hostile bandits off their track.
3. To produce easily or as if without effort.
She could throw off a dozen poems in a night.
Categories: verb

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