Definition of "spin-offs" [spin-offs]

  • Plural form of spin-off. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "spin-offs" in a sentence
  • "One of the most lucrative special situations that Warren invests in are called spin-offs."
  • "That's because the original stars graduated high school and headed for their own spin-offs, such as "The Hills," so MTV set up an entirely new cast."
  • "Drastic budget cuts jeopardize not only the future of our research, teaching, and service mission, but also the significant employment, tax revenue, business spin-offs, new industry, skilled workforce and life-saving work that we give back to the state of California."