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Another word for take off

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Verb
  1. See also:

    take

Another word for take off

Noun
  1. *A burlesque

      1. A literary work in which human foolishness or vice is attacked through irony, derision, or wit.
      2. The branch of literature constituting such works.
      3. Irony, sarcasm, or caustic wit used to attack or expose human foolishness or vice.
      1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.
      2. The art of creating such representations.
      3. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation:
      1. A dramatic work that is light and often humorous or satirical in tone and that usually contains a happy resolution of the thematic conflict.
      2. The genre made up of such works.
      3. A literary or cinematic work of a comic nature or that uses the themes or methods of comedy.
      1. A drawing depicting a humorous situation, often accompanied by a caption.
      2. A drawing representing current public figures or issues symbolically and often satirically:
      3. A preliminary sketch similar in size to the work, such as a fresco, that is to be copied from it.
  2. The act of leaving the ground

Verb
  1. To undress

      1. To subject or allow to be subjected to an action, influence, or condition:
      2. To subject (a photographic film, for example) to the action of light.
      3. To deprive of shelter or protection; lay open to danger or harm:
      1. To strip, as of clothes.
      2. To deprive, as of rights or property; dispossess.
      3. To free of; rid:
      1. To remove clothing or covering from:
      2. To remove or take off (clothing or covering):
      3. To remove an exterior coating, as of paint or varnish, from:
    See also:

    undress

  2. To deduct

    See also:

    decrease

  3. *To mock

      1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration.
      2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a travesty:
      3. A variety show characterized by broad ribald comedy, dancing, and striptease.
      1. To copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression, and gesture:
      2. To copy or imitate so as to ridicule; mock:
      3. To reproduce or simulate:
      1. To ridicule or attack by means of satire.
  4. To leave the earth

    See also:

    rise

    fly

  5. *To depart

    See also:

    leave