off-target

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Adjective[edit]

off-target (comparative more off-target, superlative most off-target)

  1. Away from a target
    • 2011 January 15, Phil McNulty, “Tottenham 0 - 0 Man Utd”, BBC:
      The opening exchanges were rich in quality and a wonderful passage of build-up play from Spurs ended with Crouch meeting Hutton's right-wing cross but his effort was narrowly off-target.

Adverb[edit]

off-target (comparative more off-target, superlative most off-target)

  1. Away from a target