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Sentence count:299+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: balancecompensatecounteractcushionneutralizesoftenSimilar words: handcuffsoffspringsetset upassetset outupsetset offMeaning: ['ɔfset /'ɒf-]  n. 1. the time at which something is supposed to begin 2. a compensating equivalent 3. a horizontal branch from the base of plant that produces new plants from buds at its tips 4. a natural consequence of development 5. a plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper 6. structure where a wall or building narrows abruptly. v. 1. compensate for or counterbalance 2. make up for 3. cause (printed matter) to transfer or smear onto another surface 4. create an offset in 5. produce by offset printing. 
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1. The slowdown in domestic demand was offset by an increase in exports.
2. The increase in pay costs was more than offset by higher productivity.
3. He put up his prices to offset the increased cost of materials.
4. These so - called merits are often offset by its undesirable effects.
5. Your donations to charity can be offset against tax.
6. His blonde hair offset a deep tan.
7. The money will help offset big medical bills.
8. We can offset the loss against next year's budget.
9. What expenses can you offset against tax?
10. The gains offset the losses.
11. Their wage increases would be offset by higher prices.
12. The extra cost of travelling to work is offset by the lower price of houses here.
13. Prices have risen in order to offset the increased cost of materials.
14. He was able to offset his travel expenses against tax.
15. The decline in marriage has been offset by a rise in cohabitation.
16. A moderation in food prices helped to offset the first increase in energy prices.
17. Higher mortgage rates are partly offset by increased tax allowances.
18. The move is designed to help offset the shortfall in world oil supplies caused by the UN embargo.
19. However[], this was partially offset by related expenditure reductions.
20. Fig. 5.10 Lateral trim offset due to tail rotor.
21. The needles are then slightly offset.
22. There were seven offset litho printers in the country.
23. These enormous risks were offset by no great reward.
24. But that should be offset by recovery from the bathroom and heating companies which made little-changed profits of £42.6m last year.
25. The government can also offset the £ 100 cash injection by future taxation or borrowing and thus prevent deposit creation.
26. Land reclamation could partially offset that loss,( ) but the feasibility of such conversion is questionable because of the huge costs involved.
27. The company's losses in the USA were more than offset by gains everywhere else.
28. Cuts in prices for milk, butter, and cheese will be offset by direct payments to farmers.
29. At the moment, optimism over interest rates is being offset by pessimism about the direction of corporate earnings.
30. It is hoped too, that 30% to 40% growth in personal computer sales seen for 1993 will offset waning mainframe business.
More similar words: handcuffsoffspringsetset upassetset outupsetset offset downsettleclosetsettingset backset aboutset forthset freesettle forset apartset asidesettle downset fire tobe close togive rise tosettlementunsettling
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