- phrasal verb to remove something, especially your clothes
- phrasal verb to make an amount smaller
- phrasal verb to imitate someone in a funny way
(written as take-off)The process in which detailed lists are compiled, based on drawings and specifications, of all the material and equipment necessary to construct a project. The cost estimator uses this list to calculate how much it will cost to build the project.
(written as take-off)The activity of determining quantities from drawings and specifications. See also quantity survey.
(written as take-off)The actual quantity lists.
(written as take-off)the next-to-last stage in the economic development of a country where it becomes capable of prolonged growth in per capita income
(written as take-off)an action of an aircraft taking off from the ground
- verb to start to rise from the ground into the air