off premises

idiom

: away from or outside of a building or the area of land that it is on
Police escorted her off premises.
The printing of the books is done off premises.

Examples of off premises in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Authorities issued a misdemeanor charge for dog biting off premises under owner's control. Jordan Mendoza, USA TODAY, 12 Apr. 2023 Other provisions of the bill: Wineries must use their employees to deliver wine for sale off premises, and employees must make the deliveries in a vehicle owned or leased by the winery. al, 30 Apr. 2021 The alcohol can only be consumed off premises, according to the ordinance. Linda Girardi, chicagotribune.com, 7 Sep. 2021 That same year, Bentley also signed S.B. 132, a bill sponsored by Sen. Bobby Singleton, D-Greensboro, allowing distilleries to sell patrons 750 ml of alcohol to consume off premises. al, 29 May 2021 Further, participants agreed to attend church services off premises during their first 12 weeks in residence. Bill Barrow, Chicago Tribune, 25 Oct. 2022 Sanitize all equipment and cages moved on or off premises before they are returned to the rabbit facilities. Pam McLoughlin, Hartford Courant, 20 Sep. 2022 The aforementioned Meet the Makers excursion is a road trip off premises to visit with local artisans and learn about their craft. Adam Schubak, Good Housekeeping, 7 July 2022 In addition, the shop will have the ability to sell craft beer and wine to be consumed off premises, either sold alone or as part of a gift package. Suzanne Baker, chicagotribune.com, 5 Nov. 2021

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“Off premises.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/off%20premises. Accessed 14 Jun. 2024.

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