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Today's Idiom = "Take Off On Something"
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Take Off On Something ( lose hold of something and have it run away ... )

"Take Off On Something"

Example: "I was walking the dog and he just took off on me."

Example: "I only pushed the accelerator lightly, and the car took off on me."

Take It On The Chin

Take Off One's Hat To Someone

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