There are 2 main translations of take off in Arabic:

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take off

take off
take [something] off
  • 1 (to deduct) See examples: to take 15% off the price
    خَصَمَ 15% من السِعْرِ
  • 2 (to have as holiday) See examples: to take a week off
    أَخَذَ عُطْلةً لِأُسْبوعٍ
take [something] off, take off [something]
take [somebody] off, take off [somebody]
  • (British English/الإنكليزية البريطانية)
    [informal] (to imitate) (comedian)
    قَلَّدَ [شَخْصاً]
take [somebody] off something
  • (to stop) (doctor)
    أَوْقَفَ [شَخْصاً] عن شَيْءٍ
    (a patient)
    he was taken off the treatment/medication
    تَوَقَّفَ عن تَناوُلِ العِلاجِ \ الدَواءِ
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There are 2 main translations of take off in Arabic:

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take-off
American English: /ˈteɪkˌɔf/

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