Take-off Definition

verb

To remove.

He took off his shoes.
The test grader takes off a point for every misspelled word.
Tomorrow the doctor will take the cast off her arm.
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To imitate, often in a satirical manner.

They love to take off all the politicians' mannerisms.
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(intransitive, of an aircraft or spacecraft) To leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.

The plane has been cleared to take off from runway 3.
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(intransitive) To become successful, to flourish.

The business has really taken off this year and has made quite a profit.
"The message is now the medium - that is powerful and means products can take off practically all by themselves."
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(intransitive) To depart.

I'm going to take off now.
Take off, loser!
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noun

Alternative form of takeoff.

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Other Word Forms of Take-off

Noun

Singular:
take-off
Plural:
take offs
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