Examples of offshoot in a Sentence
The business started as an offshoot of an established fashion design company.
we knew the rosebush had survived the harsh winter when it began producing offshoots and turning green again
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Hours: 4-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 4-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, closed Sunday Neighborhood Services This offshoot of the lovable Lovers Lane location from chef Nick Badovinus features the same bistro-esque fare, but just inside the Star’s Omni Hotel.
In its fourth year, the TEDx El Cajon event is an offshoot of the nonprofit TED organization that since 1984 has given a voice and a venue for people to spread their ideas.
An offshoot of the Volkswagen empire created in the wake of the diesel emissions scandal, Electrify America has a quite ambitious plan.
Mutt Mix is an offshoot of a bigger canine genetics study called Darwin's Dogs.
The cache of hardware is an offshoot of the private personal collection of the co-owner Ron Cheney.
MethaneSAT is an offshoot of the EDF’s research on greenhouse-gas emissions from US oil and gas facilities.
Obama used the 9/11-era AUMF to pursue ISIS in Syria and Iraq, saying the terrorist group was an offshoot of al Qaeda.
The raids may be an offshoot of a long-running EU probe into pay-TV rights.
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OFFSHOOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of offshoot for English Language Learners
: something (such as a business) that develops from something larger
: a branch that grows on one of the main stems of a plant
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