- When you clock off at work, you leave work or put a special card into a device to show what time you left.
[V P] The Night Duty Officer was ready to clock off...
[V P n] They clocked off duty and left at ten to three.Ant:
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clock off — verb register one s departure from work • Syn: ↑clock out, ↑punch out • Ant: ↑punch in (for: ↑punch out), ↑clock in (for: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
clock off — phrasal verb clock off or clock out [intransitive] Word forms clock off : present tense I/you/we/they clock off he/she/it clocks off present participle clocking off past tense clocked off past participle clocked off in a factory, to pass a… … English dictionary
clock off — verb to end work Most of the staff has already clocked off for the night, you should do the same. Syn: clock out, punch out … Wiktionary
clock off/out — [phrasal verb] chiefly Brit : to record on a special card the time that you stop working What time did you clock off yesterday? I clocked off [=(US) punched out] 10 minutes late. • • • Main Entry: ↑clock … Useful english dictionary
on-the-clock/off-the-clock — A designation that describes the duty status of a USPS employee (that is, on duty or off duty) … Glossary of postal terms
clock — [klɒk ǁ klɑːk] verb clock in also clock on BrE phrasal verb [intransitive] to record on a special card the time you arrive at work or begin work: • I clock on at 8:30. clock off also … Financial and business terms
clock out — verb register one s departure from work • Syn: ↑punch out, ↑clock off • Ant: ↑punch in (for: ↑punch out), ↑clock in • Hypernyms: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
clock — clock1 W3S2 [klɔk US kla:k] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Middle Dutch; Origin: clocke bell, clock , from Medieval Latin clocca bell , from a Celtic language] 1.) an instrument that shows what time it is, in a room or outside on a building ▪ The clock on … Dictionary of contemporary English
clock — 1 noun (C) 1 an instrument in a room or on a public building that shows what time it is: The clock was ticking on the mantelpiece. | the clock strikes three/half past four etc: The church clock struck midnight. | the clock says... (=the clock… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
clock — clock1 [ klak ] noun count ** an object that shows the time. The object like a clock you wear on your wrist is called a watch. Clocks either have a background called a face with hands that point to the hours and minutes, or they are digital… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English