TagsView all tags
LicenseCC BY 2.0 FR
We cannot determine yet whether this sentence was initially derived from translation or not.
added by an unknown member, date unknown
linked by an unknown member, date unknown
edited by sacredceltic, March 17, 2011
linked by sacredceltic, March 17, 2011
linked by Espi, March 17, 2011
of or off?
Yes, I also think, that it has to be: "of".
Are you sure? I only know it with "of". Because this has a sense in German.
"of" is more common, it seems. The connotations, IMO, differ slightly - "off" suggests the size of the discrepancy, while "of" suggests that the discrepancy pertains to the desired mark.
There's numerous discussions on this, I think. Here's one: