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called off

verb
past tense of call off

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1 to draw the attention or mind to something else
  • she was about to tell me the big news when her attention was called off by the arrival of another guest

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2 to put an end to (something planned or previously agreed to)
  • called off the party after half of those invited couldn't make it

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