cone off

phrasal verb
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of cone off

British
: to close off (a road or part of a road) with traffic cones
  • The road was partially coned off while the repairs were being made.

Word by Word Definitions

cone play
  1. : a solid generated by rotating a right triangle about one of its legs —called also right circular cone

  2. : a solid bounded by a circular or other closed plane base and the surface formed by line segments joining every point of the boundary of the base to a common vertex — see Volume Formulas Table

  3. : a surface traced by a moving straight line passing through a fixed vertex

  1. : to make cone-shaped

  2. : to bevel like the slanting surface of a cone

off play
  1. : from a place or position

  2. : at a distance in space or time

  3. : from a course : aside

  1. used as a function word to indicate physical separation or distance from a position of rest, attachment, or union

  2. : to seaward of

  3. : from the possession or charge of

  1. : seaward

  2. : right

  3. : more removed or distant

  1. : to go away : depart

  2. : kill, murder

  1. : competition : contest


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