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American English: /ˌɔfˈpik/

Translation of off-peak in Spanish:


  • (before noun)
    fuera de las horas pico or (Spain) punta
    fuera de (las) horas pico or (Spain) punta
    en horas de menor consumo
    Example sentences
    • Travel would be free off-peak and on quiet roads.
    • Whenever possible, travel during an off-peak season to save even more.
    • Overall, I believe the benefits of off-peak travel outweigh the drawbacks.

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