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.
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 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
X marks the spot
in a bind
pick at (someone)
a doubting Thomas
trial and error
in the loop
keep one's hand in (something)
for one's (own) sake
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