Meaning of off-put in English:

off-put

Pronunciation /ˌɒfˈpʊt/ /ˈɒfˌpʊt/

verb

  • with object (In pass.). To be put off by something; to be disconcerted, repelled.

Origin

1970s; earliest use found in The Guardian. From off- + put, after off-putting, to put off.