Adv. TV etc. out of vision (Abk. OOV), off(-screen)
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nt -, no pl (TV, THEAT)

aus dem Off — offstage

eine Stimme aus dem Off — a voice off

aus dem Off kommen — to come onstage, to come from offstage

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nt kein pl MEDIA
aus dem \Off offstage
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Off n; -, kein pl:
im Off off;
aus dem Off sprechen etc speak etc off-screen (oder off-camera)

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.


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