(also offseason or off season)
- 1A time of year when a particular activity, typically a sport, is not engaged in: during baseball’s winter off-seasonMore example sentences
- She will spend the off-season playing overseas.
- To ensure that she was bringing her own best, Holdsclaw, 25, decided to spend part of the off-season playing overseas in Korea.
- Toronto has a Blue Jay Caravan that in the off-season goes across Canada putting on baseball clinics.
- 1.1A time of year when business in a particular sphere is slack: [as modifier]: off-season ratesMore example sentences
- The off-season rate made it a great deal: For two nights with 10 percent hotel tax, the tab came to $173.80.
- Prices in season can often be Manhattan-high, with hotel rooms going for double and triple their off-season rate.
- The company has expanded its vegetable line of products to take advantage of the off-season market in the European Union.
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- In or during the off-season: he never trains off-seasonMore example sentences
- Perhaps because they were hiking off-season, with no rangers to check their progress, the boys did not sign the Goat Haunt registration book.
- It's not so bad off-season but sadly known as a place frequented from time to time by car thieves.
- For the selfish traveller though, it might be more appealing off-season, when you don't have to share its attractions with the hordes spilling out from their beachside apartments.
More definitions of off-seasonDefinition of off-season in:
- The British & World English dictionary