There are 2 main translations of take off in French:

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take off

  • 2 take [something] off 2.1 (deduct) See examples: to take £10 off (the price)
    réduire le prix de 10 livres, faire une remise de 10 livres
    2.2 (have as holiday) See examples: to take two days off
    prendre deux jours de congé
    I'm taking next week off
    je suis en congé la semaine prochaine
    2.3 (make look younger) See examples: that hairstyle takes 15 years off you!
    cette coiffure te rajeunit de 15 ans!
  • 3 take [something] off, take off [something] 3.1 (remove)
    (clothing, shoes)
    (lid, feet, hands) from de
    (dish, train)
    to take something off the market
    retirer quelque chose du marché
    3.2 (amputate) 3.3 (withdraw)
    (show, play)
  • 4 take [somebody] off, take off [somebody] 4.1
    [informal]
    (imitate)
    (person)
    4.2 (remove) See examples: to take somebody off the case
    (police)
    retirer l'affaire à quelqu'un
    to take oneself off
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There are 2 main translations of take off in French:

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take-off
American English: /ˈteɪkˌɔf/

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