offset

  1. the time at which something begins
  2. a compensating equivalent
  3. a horizontal branch from the base of plant that produces new plants from buds at its tips
  4. a natural consequence of development
  5. a plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper
  6. structure where a wall or building narrows abruptly
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Offset

A small, complete plant produced by many bulbous plants
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Offset

A tubular component which permits the offsetting of a drainage run in the same basic direction.
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Offset

• (n.) A sum, account, or value set off against another sum or account, as an equivalent; hence, anything which is given in exchange or retaliation; a set-off. • (v. t.) To form an offset in, as in a wall, rod, pipe, etc. • (n.) In general, that which is set off, from, before, or against, something • (imp. & p. p.) of Offset &bu...
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Offset

(1) A young plant borne at the end of a short runner (e.g. strawberry). (2) A small bulb formed at the base of another one.
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Offset

(1) A young plant borne at the end of a short runner (e.g. strawberry).

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Offset

(a) A fixed, known voltage added to a signal. (b) The location of a register above the base address
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offset

1) n. also called a "setoff," the deduction by a debtor from a claim or demand of a debt or obligation. Such an offset is based upon a counterclaim against the party making the original claim. Example: Harry Hardhead makes a claim or files a lawsuit asking for $20,000 from Danny Debtor as the final payment in purchase of a restaurant; as part of hi...
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offset

verb compensate for or counterbalance; `offset deposits and withdrawals`
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offset

offset printing noun a plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder, which in turn transfers it to the paper
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Offset

[botany] In botany and horticulture, an offset is a small, virtually complete daughter plant that has been naturally and asexually produced on the mother plant. They are clones, meaning that they are genetically identical to the mother plant. In the plant nursery business and gardens, they are detached and grown on in order to produce new p...
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Offset

[computer science] In computer science, an offset within an array or other data structure object is an integer indicating the distance (displacement) from the beginning of the object up until a given element or point, presumably within the same object. The concept of a distance is valid only if all elements of the object are the same size (...
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Offset

[law] An offset in law, is a reduction in the amount of a judgment granted to a losing party based on debts owed by the prevailing party to the losing party. For example, if an employee successfully sued an employer for wrongful termination, the employer might be entitled to an offset if the employer could demonstrate that it had previously...
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Offset

Off'set intransitive verb (Printing) To make an offset.
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Offset

Off'set` noun [ Off + set . Confer Set-off .] In general, that which is set off, from, before, or against, something ; as: -- 1. (Botany) A short prostrate shoot, which takes root and produces a tuft of leaves, etc. See Illust. of Houseleek . 2.
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Offset

Off·set' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Offset ; present participle & verbal noun Offsetting .] 1. To set off; to place over against; to balance; as, to offset one account or charge against another. 2.
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offset

A club with the head set behind the shaft.
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Offset

A clubhead where the leading edge is set back from the shaft
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Offset

A course or unit that is set in from the course directly under it, the opposite of a projection.
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offset

A growth arising from the base of a plant and producing roots while still attached.
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Offset

A method used in the 1990 Clean Air Act to give companies which own or operate large (major) source in a nonattainment area flexibility in meeting overall pollution reduction requirements when changing production processes. If the owner or operator of the source wishes to increase release of a criteria air pollutant, an offset (reduction of a somew...
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Offset

A plant arising close to the base of mother plant.
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Offset

A printing technique in which ink is transferred from a bath onto the raised surface of the printing plate by rollers. Subsequently, the printing plates transfer the ink to the object to be printed.
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Offset

A small, complete plant produced by many bulbous plants. It can be easily removed from the original bulb and planted on to for another plant.
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Offset

A small, complete plant produced by many bulbous plants. It can be easily removed from the original bulb and planted on to for another plant.
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