I read an example of come off in the free dictionary.com. It was:
What time does the party come off?
So I figued this phrasal verb could be used with other events like marriage, meetings, competetitions, trips etc.
But 'take place' is often used with all these events meaning 'to happen', e.g.:
The concert takes place next Thursday. (Cambridge)
Come off also has one meaning which is 'to happen':
Please see the following examples -
- Is the meeting going to come off today?
- Is the meeting going to take place today?
Do you think the phrasal verbs come off and take place are interchangeable in the above examples?
Or would it make any difference if we did that?