twist off


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twist something off (of) something

 and twist something off
to take something off something by twisting. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Fran twisted the top off of the bottle of mineral water and poured it. She twisted off the top.
See also: off, twist
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So there's no need to feel you're letting down the planet the next time you twist off a screw-cap.
The closures offer an alternative solution to traditional metal twist off versions for wide mouth jars, and demonstrate Silgan White Cap's capabilities in all types of closure manufacture - plastic, metal and composite - which enables the company to offer tailored solutions to particular pack or product requirements.
Also sought: Glass Bottles for Twist off cap, PET Bottles for tomato ketchup, Twist off caps for the Glass Bottles.
Twist off dead indoor cyclamen leaves and flowers where they join the corm to prevent rot.
Just twist off the top, squeeze into a bottle of water, and enjoy Raspberry, Strawberry Kiwi, Blueberry and Tropical flavors drenched in various combinations of nutrients.
I don't carry a lighter anymore, but there have been a few times when I needed a fire, and you just never know when you might run into a bottle that doesn't have a twist off cap.
They twist off the ropes and tackle one another, slamming into the sweat-slicked mat with mighty crashes.
Emmerson notes that the twist off caps reveal the classic American game "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to help consumers resolve pressing concerns--like who will buy the next round.
And you won't have to spend hours dicing, slicing or pureeing ingredients; just twist off the lid, pour into a microwavable bowl, heat and serve.