sail\ off

sail\ off
1. II
sail off at some time sail off tomorrow (next week, etc.) отплывать завтра и т.д.
2. XVI
sail off in (on) some time sail off in a few days (on Monday, etc.) отплывать через несколько дней и т.д.

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