Idioms and Phrases with branch off
Diverge, subdivide, as in It's the house on the left, just after the road branches off, or English and Dutch branched off from an older parent language, West Germanic. This term alludes to a tree's growth pattern, in which branches grow in separate directions from the main trunk. [Second half of 1800s] Also see branch out.
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Branch-off connectors such are shown in Figure 206 are often used to tap off lights from the main cable.Motion Picture Operation, Stage Electrics and Illusions
Henry C. Horstmann