take offphrasal verb

  • ja〔衣服を〕脱ぐ、〔身につけている物を〕外す
  • ento remove something, especially clothes

Examples

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- Take off your shirt. - Okay.
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Alright, people. Now everyone grab a partner.
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Oh, alright.
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And my dead mother said you are it.
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I'm with Rachel.
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Great. It's gym class all over again.
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- Oh. - Oh.
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Well, that's alright, you can come up to the front and dance with me.
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Why don't I just take off my clothes and have a nightmare?
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So, apparently no one dresses up for Halloween here.
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I wish I'd known that before I used grease paint for my mustache.
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And I can't even take off my hat...
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because then I'm Hitler.
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Number 8: Learn how to take off a woman's bra.
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- What? - We will demonstrate on Pam.
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- No. No. - And — Come on.
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You just twist your hand until...
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...something breaks.
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Ow!
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Well, you get the picture.
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Done.
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Okay, "Fonzie gives you 2 thumbs up.
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Collect 2 cool points."
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- Yeah. - Yeah.
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Monica, you get 5 cool points,
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you get to make someone take off 1 item of clothing.
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We can do whatever we want.
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Baby, you've been doing whatever you want your whole damn life.
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But no one can see us.
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We could take off all our clothes.
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We could go run naked through the field.
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Was this traumatizing?
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No, not at all.
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Well, a little bit sad.
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This was his first haircut, and he had such cute little baby hair.
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Say, "Thank you."
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Thank you.
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You're welcome.
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He's getting the hair off you.
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Your neck probably needs it.
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Should we just take off your sweater?
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No.
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If you ask me to be your boyfriend,
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I might be able to take off your necklace.
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Okay?
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Okay.
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You set it down and go back through.
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It's still beeping, ma'am. Something—
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Maybe take off your shoes too, ma'am.
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- My shoes? - Take off your shoes.
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Can I put my flip-flops on?
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No, you're gonna have to walk on this dirty carpet, ma'am.
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A push-up competition again?
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- No, no. The Gimme Five— - No. No? Oh, look how scared you were of that.
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- Did you see? - No, no, I'm—
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- Look, look— - You went, "No!"
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- Look! - All right, look.
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- No, don't make me take your— - Don't make me take off my jacket.
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Don't make me take off my jacket.
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- So you have locked in essentially all 5 now if you feel good about those last 2. - All 5.
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Would you like to make any more changes?
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I feel like you want me to say yes,
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but I don't know where I would go.
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That's fine.
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Take off your goggles.
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Cody Jones—
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Am I the pizza prince?
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—you claim to be the prince of pizza.
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Dang it.
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That's not a good sign.
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You are not the prince of pizza.
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Dang it.
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- Because you are the king of pizza. - You're the king of pizza!
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You nailed it.

Other meanings for take off...

take offphrasal verb

  • ja飛び立つ、発進する、出発する
  • ento leave a place
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Are you willing and able to assist in the event of an emergency?
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What emergency?
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A hypothetical one.
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Okay, because we don't have time for an emergency,
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because we are on our way to our honeymoon.
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- Yes. Yes. - Oh, well, congratulations.
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And we will take off just as soon as you confirm that you are willing and able to assist.
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Okay, I'm currently able,
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but what if I become unable over the course of the flight?
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Because anything can happen, you don't know.
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- Okay, well, you 2 don't have to sit here. - Ooh! Rude!
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- Ross, I have to take off. - No!
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I'm sorry.
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I have a really early class in the morning.
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But this has been lovely.
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Wasn't it?
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And you thought it would be awkward with Joey and that you never really liked Rachel.
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You are on fire!
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- I'll call you in the morning, okay? - Okay.
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All right.
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- God, Rachel, what Ross just said, that is just ⁠— - Oh, that's okay.
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Girls tend not to like me.
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Gerard, tell him where we're at.
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Brooklyn.
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- You know, you guys take off, all right? I got this. - All right.
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One day, senior year, my buddies and I took our skateboards and we cut school.
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The one and only time I— you know what cut school means?
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Nobody goes to school anymore anyway.
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We left.
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We took off.
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It must have been scary as hell.
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It was scary.
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I was like, "Damn, am I ready?"
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And then when I got to the hospital, I was getting prepped.
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And then I got out of the hospital bed and started putting on my clothes
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when I was like, "I'm not ready for this."
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And my mom was like, "I took off for work so you're doing this."
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So I did it and I was super happy.
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I was like, "I'm glad I did this when I did it."
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How often do you work out?
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Every day.
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That's a little bit?
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Yeah, I try to take off.
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The gym calls me at night.
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It's like, I'll be sleeping and it's like, "Lebron....
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Come here now. We're waiting on you."
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I knew since I was 10 years old, I just wanted to be a SEAL.
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And so I went in, I was still in college.
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I joined the Navy, I signed the dotted line.
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Didn't tell my parents.
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Nobody knew I was going until about 2 weeks before the plane took off to go to Chicago.
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I'm still walking under the water.
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But the water over my damn nose.
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But I kept walking with her.
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Next thing you know, she took off like a feather.
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Just floating across the water, 'cause she white.
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They know how to swim.
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I believe that the Be Kind box is meant for that, to share, to spread the kindness.
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No, you were wrong.
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I have a 3-year-old grandson who absolutely adores Honey Nut Cheerios.
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Well, when he saw that box in there, he took off like a bat out of hell, my love.
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And I never saw the box after that.

take offphrasal verb

  • ja急にうまく行く、急に人気になる
  • ento become successful or popular very quickly or suddenly
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- Happy Remember Day! - Happy Remember Day!
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Well, it's taken 16 years.
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But I think our little holiday is finally taking off.
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Interest on store-bought credit cards is through the roof.
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Next year, I think we can go ahead with the parade.
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That's great news.
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Quick side note/awkwardly straightforward question:
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John and I were wondering when we can expect our Remember Day bonuses.
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Is money all you can think about?
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It's *bleep* Remember Day.
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Upload these photos of my nephew?
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You know, you might consider uploading these to Google+.
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It's a lot like Facebook meets Google.
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It's really starting to take off.
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Oh, great.
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Mm-hmm, I'll check it out.
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And there are these smartwatches.
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They're so much better than stupid watches.
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And the point I'm making is, this stuff is taking off like crazy, and I wanna get on board with the trend.
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And so I took a ton of my own money, like $43, and I invented some wearable technology of my own.
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Local comedian Dom Irrera is here.
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Dom, I know your career never really took off.
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But if you just keep doing what you've been doing,
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I'm sure you'll eventually be discovered by your landlord 2 weeks after your heart attack.
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In recent years, we’ve seen the hologram trend take off with late artists like Tupac Shakur and Whitney Houston.
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Photo-realistic and fully controllable, right down to instant costume changes.
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'Cause here's the deal.
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They put it out, it's a hit,
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and the song just took off all over the world.