Bedeutung von “take off” — Learner’s Dictionary

take off

phrasal verb with take us uk /teɪk/ verb [ T ] past tense took, past participle taken

A2 If an aircraft takes off, it begins to fly.


B2 to suddenly become successful:

Her career had just taken off.

to suddenly leave without telling anyone where you are going:

He took off in the middle of the night.

(Definition von “take off phrasal verb, verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)