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Meaning of “take sth off” - Learner’s Dictionary

take sth off

phrasal verb with take     /teɪk/ verb [T] ( past tense took, past participle taken)
REMOVE
A2 to remove something: If you're hot, take your jacket off. Take your feet off the chair. Removing and extracting
TIME
B2 to spend time away from your work: I'm taking Friday off to get some things done around the house.Time off work
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