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  1. Definition of take off (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1: remove take your shoes off. 2 a: to take or allow as a discount: deduct took 10 percent off. b: to spend (a period of time) away from a usual occupation or activity took two weeks off. c: release take the brake off.
  2. take off definition: 1. If an aircraft, bird, or insect takes off, it leaves the ground and begins to fly: 2. to. Learn more.
  3. noun. a taking or setting off; the leaving of the ground, as in leaping or in beginning a flight in an airplane. a taking off from a starting point, as in beginning a race. the place or point at which a person or thing takes off.
  4. The TakeOff event will take place October 29 and 30 at The Peabody Memphis Hotel and is expected to draw more than professionals from airports, airlines, and other travel and aviation organizations. Memphis selected to host TakeOff networking conference.
  5. Sep 14,  · take off. 1. phrasal verb. When an aeroplane takes off, it leaves the ground and starts flying. We eventually took off at 11 o'clock and arrived in Venice at [VERB PARTICLE] 2. phrasal verb. If something such as a product, an activity, or someone's career takes off.
  6. Aeronauticsa taking or setting off; the leaving of the ground, as in leaping or in beginning a flight in an airplane. a taking off from a starting point, as in beginning a race. the place or point at which a person or thing takes off.
  7. Take off, sometimes spelled as "take-off" or "takeoff," is a part of the cost estimating process in the construction industry. Estimators use construction blueprints, either manually or electronically, and start "taking off" quantities of items they will need from those blueprints in order to prepare part of the estimate.
  8. Another word for take off. Find more ways to say take off, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at sautanmareticterc.uphmasisibutarnazhongcaresttomar.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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