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What does this phrasal verb mean: 'take off'? Is it an idiom?



 
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What does this phrasal verb mean: 'take off'? Is it an idiom? #1 (permalink) Tue Mar 22, 2005 5:01 am   What does this phrasal verb mean: 'take off'? Is it an idiom?
 

Test No. incompl/inter-30 "Flying on a Plane", question 1

The worst thing about flying is when you take ..........

(a) up
(b) in
(c) off
(d) over

Test No. incompl/inter-30 "Flying on a Plane", answer 1

The worst thing about flying is when you take off.

Correct answer: (c) off
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The worst thing about flying is when you take.....
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Take off #2 (permalink) Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:37 am   Take off
 

This phrasal verb is used to describe a plane leaving the ground and going up into the air.
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