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Get Off On
How to Conjugate Get Off On
- Infinitive: Get Off On
- Present Tense: Get Off On/ Gets Off On
- -ing Form: Getting Off On
- Past Tense: Got Off On
- Past Participle: Gotten Off On
Definitions of Get Off On:
1. To be excited or to truly enjoy doing something.
Examples: Sally gets off on swimming with the professionals.
Teenage boys usually get off on dirty magazines.
2. To begin something in a certain way [must be used with an object].
Examples: We didn’t get off on a good note when we first met.
The meeting got off on the right track with the investors.
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