“Come off”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Come off
- To be removed by cleaning it with a piece of material for example.
Other examples of “come off” phrasal verb in a sentence
- The chewing gum won’t come off.
- The paint wouldn’t come off. I had to buy a new product to remove it.
- The dirt doesn’t come off.
“Come off”: use in context explanation
Dick is very angry. His son, Dummy has drawn smiles on Dick’s new car! Dick takes a piece of cloth and tries to remove it but it won’t come off! He is furious. Little Dummy is sorry for what he has done.