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Phrasal verbs with “take” (4)

Phrasal verbs take offPhrasal verbs take off

 (remove something you are wearing): Take off your coat please.

 (leave the ground): The plane will take off anytime soon.

(start being successful or popular): My career took off when I began working in tourism.

 (spend a particular amount of time away from work): I will take three weeks off in July.

(leave in a hurry): George just took off without saying goodbye.

(discount, deduct): If shop early, we’ll take off 20 percent.

(remove something from a surface): John, will you take your books off the table.

(take away): The kidnappers took off the child to a remote area afterwards.

Phrasal verbs take off (Click on the title to read more.)

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