takeoff[ teyk-awf, -of ]SEE DEFINITION OF takeoff
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKEOFF
The takeoff isn't so nice, I'll admit, but after that you're just sailing free.
"This is as good a spot for takeoff as we'll find," he said to Sanchez.
Might as well be cement for all the good it did me at takeoff.
He hustled Groverzb out to a freight ship that was warming up for takeoff.
Shut the front damper—open the back one—then takeoff a griddle.
After the first ride he would let us do the takeoff and landing.
You know I'm not to be disturbed until after takeoff, Stacey.
The cumulative strain of one takeoff after another could prove disastrous.
He'd beaten them all to Trehos only because they'd figured to catch his takeoff by the rocket flashes.
He got wise when we delayed the takeoff, and threatened to start shooting my passengers.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TAKEOFF
- laugh at
- make a fool of
- make a game of
- make a laughing-stock
- make fun of
- poke fun at
- pull one's leg
- put down
- rail at
- run down
- send up
- show up