Idioms

take off after (someone or something)
to begin to chase someone or something
The fox took off after the rabbit which jumped out of the hole.
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  • take off clothes or shoes etc.
  • take off one's hat to (someone)
  • take off some time or take some time off
  • take off weight or take weight off
  • take offense at (someone or something)
  • take office
  • take on (someone) or take (someone) on
  • take on (something) or take (something) on
  • take on the look or appearance of (something)
  • take on too much or take too much on
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