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1.
a girl that is fast, loose, sexually active with whom ever she pleases, and will "takeoff" her clothes for any man.

originated in Jacksonville FL school system
"Ah man, I think I love dis girl."
"Whats her name, boy?"
"Alicia, dat girl from Kendall Court"
"Naw! Alicia, fat ass, dick lips? Me and my boys ran through her boy. Dat der you got is a damn take off"
di Ni$ce 17 febbraio 2007
 
2.
An expression of disbelief, like "Get out of town!", although it can also be used as a Canadian variation of "Fuck off!"
"Take off, eh!"
di Bowman 16 giugno 2002
 
3.
One who takes off their clothes, who 'takes it for the team.' A sexually active female with a reputation for having multiple sexual partners as on a sports team.
Everyone knew she was the takeoff girl for the football team.
Suzie Creamcheese is a real takeoff!
di Lancerm 27 novembre 2006
 
4.
a Canadian phrase that was made popular in America with the 1982 winter hit "Take Off!" by comedians Bob and Doug MacKensey. Geddy Lee of Rush provides the actual singing between "verses" that are pretty much spoken by the comedians. Bob and Doug would go on to more success with their Christmas hit, the movie "Strange Brew", and more.
Take off! To the Great White North. Take off!
di Ghost Rhyder 12 maggio 2007
 
5.
to initiate a fight. to throw the first punch.
if that bitch keeps talking shit you better take off on his ass.
di BigBossMike 12 maggio 2004
 
6.
a Canadian phrase that was made popular in America with the 1982 winter hit "Take Off!" by Canadian comedians Bob and Doug MacKensey. Geddy Lee of Rush provides the actual singing between the "verses" that are pretty much spoken by the comedians. Bob and Doug would go on to more success with their Christmas hit, the movie "Strange Brew", and more.
Take off! To the Great White North. Take off!
di California Sun 04 giugno 2007
 
7.
an easy girl, ho. some one that will have sex with just about anyone
"Yeah boy, she a take off! She let me and my dawg beat last night!"
di Mi12345 31 ottobre 2006