|take my hat off to
||show respect for someone, praise a person's work
||I take my hat off to Roger. He has promoted business in our town.
|take my head off
||shout at me, say angry words to me
||You don't have to take my head off when I ask where you're going.
|take my place
||sit or park where I usually sit or park
||Mommy, he took my place! He's sitting in my seat!
||say that something is true, give my word of honor
||He took an oath that he is the child's father. I believe him.
||leave by plane, depart on a plane
||Our plane takes off at 10:35. We have to go to the airport.
|take off, eh
||go, leave, beat it, buzz off, get lost
||When he asked for my phone number, I said, "Take off, eh."
||be hurt, feel offended
||Jan takes offense easily. Don't be critical of her poetry.
||Mac wanted to take on Ted, but Ted didn't want to fight.
||agree to do, accept a responsibility
||I'm very busy. I can't take on any more work right now.
||employ, hire, hire on
||AmCorp is taking on workers. Should we apply for a job?