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takeoff /ˈteɪkˌɑːf/  

  • noun
    plural -offs
    the moment when an airplane, helicopter, etc., leaves the ground and begins to fly [noncount]
    Please remain seated during takeoff.
    Air Force Oneyou're ready for takeoff. [count]
    [count] :the beginning of a jump
    [count] :a sudden increase in size, activity, or popularity
    [count] :a new or unusual way of making or doing something
    [count] a performance in which someone copies the way another person speaks, moves, etc., in usually a humorous way
    He did a perfect takeoff [=imitationimpressionof our teacher.
    b chiefly US :a piece of writing, music, etc., that imitates the style of someone or something else in an amusing way :parody
    They did a funny takeoff on/of a quiz show. - see also take off at 1take