Adj. Extrodinarily out of the norm; beyond expectation; top of the line.

His new car was off the charts!
by kingborn360 August 7, 2006
In Garrison Keillor’s Lake Wobegon, “all the women are strong, all the men are good-looking, and all the children are above average.” But in the real world, exceptional people are exceptional. If you say “off the charts” often, there’s something wrong with your charts.
I knew he was a clueless tool when he used the expression “off the charts” three times in one hour.
by Dictionnaire Diabolique January 23, 2017
a sentence to describe high lvl of racism
some random guy: Slavery should be legal. black doesnt even get their right. i harassed 10 black kid because they have no right
random guy 2: thats racism off the chart. u are not my friend anymore.
by MetallicTophatAlex January 8, 2021
Teacher: Today we start calculus
Student: No
Teacher: Whys that?
Student: my cbf levels are off the charts
by Pockyman48 September 10, 2021