off duty

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off duty

  1. Not engaged in an assigned task, duty or occupation.
    The policeman was off duty but had his gun.
    I won't be going off duty until about six.
    • 1944, Philip MacDonald, Action in Arabia, spoken by Matthew Reed (Robert Armstrong):
      Officially I think you're crazy. Unofficially I'm off duty.

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