off-centre
Adjective

off-centre

  1. (British spelling, Canadian spelling, Irish, South African, Australian and New Zealand) (of an axis etc) displaced from the centre
    Place the decorations off-centre on the table.
  2. (of a wheel etc) eccentric, unbalanced
    Every time I see him, he acts a bit off-centre.



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