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Turkish translation of “take off”

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take off

phrasal verb with take
 
 
/teɪk/ verb [T] ( past tense took, past participle taken)
AIRCRAFT A2 If an aircraft takes off, it begins to fly.
kalkmak, havalanmak
DepartingTravelling by aircraftAviationMovement through the air
SUCCESSFUL B2 to suddenly become successful
beklenmedik anda başarıyı yakalamak
Her career had just taken off.Travelling by aircraftAviationMovement through the air
LEAVE to suddenly leave without telling anyone where you are going
aniden gitmek, birden ayrılmak
He took off in the middle of the night.Departing
Translations of “take off”
in Korean 이륙하다…
in Arabic يُقْلِع…
in Portuguese decolar…
in Catalan enlairar-se…
in Japanese (飛行機が)離陸する…
in Italian decollare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 起飛, 飛起…
in Russian взлетать, резко идти вверх, срываться с места…
in Chinese (Simplified) 起飞, 飞起…
in Polish startować, nabierać rozpędu, znikać…
(Definition of take off phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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