off of work

off of work

1. Finished with one's work for the day. I'll be off of work at 6, if you want to meet me then. I need to get these presents wrapped before my wife gets off of work.
2. Not attending work for a period of time. I can't wait to be off of work for three whole weeks next month!
See also: of, off, work
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He had to have just gotten off of work and gone over (to the cemetery).
Those two weeks will be the longest continuous time we've ever been together I've never even taken two weeks off of work before
When asked what they thought would happen if they took two weeks off of work at a time, nearly 40 percent said they thought they would "return relaxed and refreshed.
The firm rewards employees who give blood by granting them a half day off of work.
If we had to go to the health department for this, we'd have to take a day off of work.
People driving by would stop,'' said Edith Pendleton, church secretary, ``and ask about the building, and they would volunteer to give a Saturday or to come back when they got off of work.
The FMLA places very specific requirements on employers for tracking and reporting how much time their employees take off of work, and these requirements can be onerous for busy human resource executives to meet," said Debby Kweller, division president of ICS.