动词 take off:
take away or remove
depart from the ground
take time off from work; stop working temporarily
mimic or imitate in an amusing or satirical manner
get started or set in motion, used figuratively
make a subtraction
- Clean off any corrosion before applying the paint.
- By not breaking the ink bag, cut the gut off.
- Taking my hat from the chandelier, I followed.
- The Major was taking the cotton from his eyes.
- The plane was noticed to take off at six o'clock.
- The noise of jets taking off is deafening.
- The paper winder will rewind the interleaving paper, as the strip is paid off.
- taking off 除去(取下
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