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take-off in Air topic

take-offˈtake-off noun  1 [countable, uncountable]TTA the time when a plane leaves the ground and begins to fly2 [countable]IMITATE a humorous performance that copies the way someone behaves3 [countable]DSJUMP the time when your feet leave the ground when you are jumping
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take-offBy doing without liquid oxygen at take-off, the plane's total weight would be cut almost in half.During take-off, one passenger began frantically ringing her call button.At the beginning, the key moment is take-off.One has been designed for short take-off and vertical landing aircraft and the other for conventional planes.He did the best Ben Turpin take-off ever.