race off

race off

vb
(tr, adverb) informal Austral to entice (a person) away with a view to seduction
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All he had to do was to race off to his consignees and stop payment of the towage bill before Falk had the time to get in and lift the money.
Summary: In the two-hour race off Al Bahar Beach on the corniche, Eisa completed 26 laps within the time limit
THE Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations is returning to Manchester next year after event organisers picked Belle Vue's National Speedway Stadium to host Race Off 2.
Conditions chase winner Baily Moon goes up 13lb to a new mark of 129, while previously frustrating filly Denham Sound gets a 12lb penalty for her handicap hurdle success and will now race off 115.
The first race off at 2pm is sponsored by Robin Lees under his Newcastle Arms Hotel in Coldstream banner.
Singeur must carry top weight, but he can race off 2lb lower than in the Great St Wilfrid and this looks easier than his recent assignments.
"I can't call this race off. Nothing to do with us.
He finished his race off well, closing all the way to the line for a close third, beaten less than a length.
Soon back on an even keel, he finished his race off well, closing all the way to the line for a close third, beaten less than a length.
Arbor Supreme gets in the race off 10st 3lb and the massive 10lb he receives from The Midnight Club could well be decisive.
Summary: WASHINGTON, Jun 19, SPA -- The White House renewed its sharp criticism of BP Plc CEO Tony Hayward after he attended a yacht race off the English coast on Saturday as his company struggles to plug its huge Gulf of Mexico oil leak, according to Reuters.
His progression means the handicapper has been unable to keep up with him and while he should be racing off a mark of 105 on Saturday week, he will actually race off just 96.