from the off

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from the off

  1. From the beginning.
    Synonym: from the word go
    • 2018 February 24, Paul Rees, “Finn Russell masterminds historic Scotland victory over England”, in The Guardian[1], London, archived from the original on 22 April 2018:
      [Finn] Russell created his side’s three first-half tries, ruffling a defence known for its composure, and dictated the match from the off.