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Today the 3rd meaning of the English phrasal verb course Take Off, we will discuss that you can say this when you want to talk about leaving. The following examples we have for you demonstrate perfect ways of using this phrasal verb in context.



Phrasal Verb: Take Off 3

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Phrasal Verb Course Take Off #3

Alternative Meaning: To Leave

Example 1:

  • Thanks for inviting me to the party it was great but I’m going to take off now.
  • Thanks for inviting me to the party it was great but I’m going to leave now.

Example 2:

  • The robber took off as quickly as he could from the bank.
  • The robber left as quickly as he could from the bank.



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