Definitions for taking-off

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Taking-off(noun)

    removal; murder. See To take off (c), under Take, v. t

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Mickey Mouse:

    Arithmetic is being able to count up to twenty without taking off your shoes.

  2. Michael Strain:

    There is still room for stimulus without having to worry about inflation taking off.

  3. Rob Carnell:

    It has to be done at some point, but it's like taking off a sticking plaster. It's going to hurt.

  4. Bernardino Leon:

    We have never seen airstrikes in the moment in which one of the delegations is taking off on its way to the talks.

  5. Chief Executive Min Chen:

    We do see huge opportunities for the development of the O2O market. In mainland China now we are just at the initial stage, taking off.

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