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The example sentences of PLANE OFF in videos (3 in total of 3)

the determiner victor proper noun, singular , take verb, base form its possessive pronoun outer adjective wings noun, plural off preposition or subordinating conjunction , its possessive pronoun fin noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction tail noun, singular or mass plane noun, singular or mass off preposition or subordinating conjunction , and coordinating conjunction managed verb, past tense to to get verb, base form it personal pronoun in preposition or subordinating conjunction .
they personal pronoun kicked verb, past tense me personal pronoun out preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner plane noun, singular or mass off preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner percocet proper noun, singular now adverb lil proper noun, singular pump verb, non-3rd person singular present flying verb, gerund or present participle private adjective jet noun, singular or mass
one cardinal number , the determiner pilot noun, singular or mass could modal be verb, base form trying verb, gerund or present participle to to get verb, base form the determiner plane noun, singular or mass off preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner ground noun, singular or mass too adverb early adjective .

English idiom

What does "plane off" mean?
"plane off" is an English idiom. Meaning "To grind, erode, or shave something until it has been totally removed (from something), leaving a smooth surface behind. Originally reserved for references to the carpenter's tool known as a "plane," the phrase is often applied to anything that has a smoothing or erosive force. A noun or pronoun can be used between "plane" and "off.""

Similar phrases & idioms

a matter of course

the natural or expected thing.

the natural or expected thing.

see in the New Year

stay up until after midnight on 31 December to celebrate the start of a new ...

stay up until after midnight on 31 December to celebrate the start of a new year.

walk away scot-free

To escape from some predicament, accusation, or wrongdoing without incurring ...

To escape from some predicament, accusation, or wrongdoing without incurring any penalty or punishment; to be acquitted of all charges for some crime or crimes.

face on

To look out onto something.

To look out onto something.

shine through

(of a good quality or skill) be clearly evident.

(of a good quality or skill) be clearly evident.