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English definition of “take off”
take off — Phrasal Verb with take
/teɪk/ verb [T] (took, taken)
› to suddenly start to be successful: She became an ethical financial adviser ten years ago, just as green investing began to take off. He taught for years before his writing career took off.
› FINANCE to suddenly increase in value or amount: The shares took off, climbing more than 130%. The time to protect your finances from inflation is now, before prices really take off.