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Select the meaning of the given phrase/idiom.
Take off

A

Get off

B

Withdraw

C

Pull back

D

Remove

Answer

The phrase “take off” means to physically remove an apparel item from someone. Hence, Option D is correct. The rest of the options do not express this meaning, hence incorrect.

 


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