take off

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take off

verb

Definition of TAKE OFF

1
to leave a place often for another <I can only stay for a few minutes, and then I'll need to take off again>
Synonyms bail, bail out, begone, book [slang], bugger off [British slang], bug off, bug out, buzz (off), clear off [chiefly British], clear out, cut out, depart, dig out, exit, get, get off, go off, move, pack (up or off), part, peel off, pike (out or off), pull out, push off, push on, quit, run along, sally (forth), scarper [British], shove (off), step (along), take off, vamoose, walk out
2
to rid oneself of (a garment) <take off your coat and stay awhile>
Synonyms doff, douse, peel (off), put off, shrug off, take off
Related Words husk, shed; kick (off); disrobe, strip, undress
Antonyms don, put on, slip (into), throw (on)
3
to take away (an amount or number) from a total <the store will take an additional 20% off if you bring in this coupon>
Antonyms add, tack (on)
4
slangĀ  to remove valuables from (a place) unlawfully <a gangbanger who decided to take off some fast-food joint>

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