American Idioms – Idiom Wizard Lists Over 5,500 Idioms & Slang Descriptions

Take off

DEFINITION

A.) Succeed.  “Her business has really taken off lately.”

B.) Launch. “The airplane took off late so we arrived late.”

C.)  Disrobe. “I’m gonna take off my clothes and get into my swimsuit.”

D.) Be absent. “I have to take off some time to take care of my sick child.”

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