Phrasal verb: Put off
Spanish translation: 1.aplazar, posponer para más tarde, dejar para más tarde, retrasar, 2. desanimar, desagradar
Definition: 1) To move an activity to a later time, 2) to be repulsed by something
Used in sentences:
1. Can we please put off any more celebrations until we are sure we won the race?
2. They decided to put off the product launch until all the staff was back in the office.
3. That meal really put me off eating at that restaurant again.
Related words or phrases: 1) postpone, delay, push back, 2) desanimado, desencantado