Definition of change off in US English:

change off

phrasal verb

  • Take turns.

    • ‘Albert had to drive the cows, he would get tired so we changed off.’
    • ‘The same concept works for the pursuer in that they can stop at any time to change off by simply linking with someone from a linked pair.’
    • ‘We changed off carrying the gun as it was heavy.’
    • ‘The pace was higher and we changed off on our pulls at the front pretty regularly.’
    • ‘We changed off at rapid intervals, to avoid giving one another the embarrassment of standing apart and watching.’