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English-German translation for: take off
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Dictionary English German: take off

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VERB  to take off | took off | taken off ... 
 
SYNO   to deduct | to subtract | to take off ... 
SYNO   Anbruch | Anfang | Aufbruch ... 
SEE ALSO  takeoff
aviat. to take offabheben
aviat. to take offstarten
to take off [Am.] [coll.] [to depart rapidly]losfahren
to take off [bandage]abwickeln [Verband]
to take off [coll.] [to leave]abdackeln [ugs.] [weggehen]
to take off [coll.] [to leave]sich verpieseln [ugs.] [beschönigend für "sich verpissen"]
to take off [depart]aufbrechen [sich auf den Weg machen]
sports to take off [football / player]herunternehmen
sports to take off [football / player]aus dem Spiel nehmen
econ. to take off [to boom]schnell wachsen [boomen]
to take off [to depart hastily]abhauen [ugs.]
to take off [to depart]abfahren
to take off [to imitate]nachahmen
to take off [to remove clothes etc.]abziehen [schweiz.]
to take off [to remove clothes, jewellery]abstreifen [Kleidungsstück]
to take off [to remove]ablösen
to take off [to remove]absetzen [Hut]
to take off [to remove]entfernen
to take off [to remove]wegnehmen
to take off sth.etw.Akk. abtun [ugs.]
to take off sth. [clothes]sichDat. etw. ausziehen
to take off sth. [e.g. a lid]etw. abheben [z. B. einen Deckel]
cloth. to take off sth. [one's coat, hat etc.]etw.Akk. ablegen [den Mantel, Hut etc.]
cloth. to take sth. off [clothes]etw.Akk. ausziehen [Kleidung]
to take sth. off [e.g. coat]sich etw.Gen. entledigen [geh.] [ein Kleidungsstück ablegen, z. B. Jackett]
to take sth. off [hat etc.]etw. abnehmen [Hut etc.]
to take sth. off [remove]etw.Akk. abmachen [ugs.] [entfernen]
to take sth. off sb. [rob, loot]jdm. etw. abnehmen [rauben, im Spiel abnehmen]
aviat. take-offAbflug {m} [das Abheben des Flugzeugs]
aviat. take-offAbheben {n}
sports take-offAbsprung {m}
aviat. take-offFlugstart {m}
aviat. take-offFlugzeugstart {m}
aviat. take-offStart {m}
take-off [imitation]Nachahmung {f} [Parodie]
to take off (of sth.) [e.g. from a reel, coil or spool](von etw.) abspulen [z. B. Garn oder Draht von einer Spule]
to take off sb.'s jacketjdm. die Jacke ausziehen
to take oneself offsich davonmachen
to take sb. off guard [idiom]jdn. überraschen [unvorbereitet treffen, kalt erwischen]
to take sb.'s clothes offjdn. ausziehen
to take sb.'s clothes offjdn. entkleiden [geh.]
Unverified to take sb./sth. (off) somewherejdn./etw. irgendwohin bringen
to take sb./sth. off sb.'s hands [idiom] [e.g. task, person]jdm. jdn./etw. abnehmen [fig.] [z. B. Aufgabe, Person]
to take sth. off sb.'s shoulders [fig.]jdm. etw. abnehmen [fig.]
to take time offfreimachen [nicht arbeiten]
to take time offsichDat. frei nehmen
to take time off [from work]sichDat. freinehmen [Arbeit]
aviat. aborted take-offStartabbruch {m}
aviat. catapult take-offKatapultstart {m}
aviat. catapult take-offSchleuderstart {m}
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Q 2016-09-02: Take off the front attachment with glass insert (LED lights shine) and hol...
Q 2015-12-27: Do I need to take off my shoes?
A 2015-06-24: The wind almost made her take off.
A 2013-04-12: To take offence
A 2012-03-23: He will take office when the XYZ Congress takes place ... ?
A 2010-08-12: When does your plane take off?
A 2010-07-26: Take off the exclamation mark. Look Austrian. Add accent.
A 2010-06-23: @phoenix: Please, don't take offense by my statement and read my suggestio...
A 2010-04-29: It's not an idiom, but a take off from a commercial slogan from Chiffon Ma...
A 2010-03-26: I agree with Laura - take your hat off and take off your hat are both equa...
A 2010-03-26: take off
Q 2010-03-26: take off
A 2010-02-09: I take offence at my name appearing in the same post as those links,
A 2009-11-10: "Take off the shoes before entering the naughty palace"
A 2009-07-17: @Nobart and Riddle: take off the tick from CHAT in the head line above, so...
A 2009-04-21: at least part of every country is a bit crap, so there is no need for anyo...
A 2008-08-19: that's where things take off
A 2008-04-26: salt on sore wounds...offense is US: here we only take offenCe, never agate :-)
A 2007-10-04: to take it online: offline schalten > take offline http://www.webtranslate.de/
A 2007-02-24: Ganz einfach: Take off

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