- 1. 脫去(衣物) He took off his wet shoes. 他脫掉打溼了的鞋子。 He took off his hat and bowed politely as he passed. 當他經過時他脫掉帽子並且很有禮貌地鞠了一躬。
- 2. (飛機)起飛 The pilot took off smoothly. 飛行員平穩地駕機起飛了。 A helicopter is able to take off and land straight up or down. 直升飛機能垂直起飛和降落。
- 3. 休假; 匆忙離去 He took two weeks off in August. 他在八月份休假了兩個星期。 He took off for the station at a run. 他匆忙向車站跑去。
- 4. 取消; 扣除
- 5. 模仿
- 6. 【口】(指觀念、產品等)突然大受歡迎; (指產品的銷售量)急升 The new dictionary has really taken off. 這部新詞典極受歡迎。 Sales of home computers have taken off in recent years. 家用電腦的銷售量近年來上升很快。
take off(...) 1. (從…)拿掉,移去 2. 脫去(帽子、鞋等) 3. 截斷(四肢) 4. (從…)扣除...
...年後的德國, 這種藥的接受度才開始竄升. 更多例句用法: However, it took off in popularity in the late 1990s. http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:3kSizRKysVgJ...
take off有一項意義是to become successful or popular very fast 如：Her business has really taken off.(用起飛來比喻為成功） 按上下文來看，take off可以有快速成功或很快地就流行...