Take Off

Business / Construction / Take Off: The material necessary to complete a job.

Other Words for Off

Off Noun Synonyms: away, out, elsewhere
Off Adverb Synonyms: incorrect, wrong, inaccurate, in error, mistaken, misguided, misled, off the mark
Off Adjective Synonyms: remote, distant, improbable, unlikely
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Other Words for Take

Take Adjective Synonyms: grip, seize, grasp, clasp, get, get or take hold of, grab, snatch, clutch, catch, capture, obtain, lay hold of, lay (one's) hands on, procure, acquire, gain (possession of), take possession of, secure, win, carry off, abduct, nab
Take Verb Synonyms: reserve, book, engage, hire, rent, lease
Take Noun Synonyms: appropriate, arrogate, extract, carry off or away, steal, purloin, pilfer, filch, palm, rob, shoplift, pocket, remove, walk off or away with, run or make off or away with, embezzle, misappropriate, peculate, plagiarize, pirate, lift, swipe, snitch,
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Payoff Diagram

Business / Finance / Payoff Diagram: In option pricing, a graph of the value of the option position at expiration as a function of the underlying asset price. MORE

Paris Interbank Offer Rate (PIBOR)

Business / Finance / Paris Interbank Offer Rate (PIBOR): The deposit rate on interbank transactions in the Eurocurrency market quoted in Paris. MORE

Parent or caretaker

Life Style / Adoption / Parent or caretaker: Person responsible for the care of the child. MORE

Payoff Pitch

Entertainment / Baseball / Payoff Pitch: A pitch thrown with a full count. MORE

Pick Off

Entertainment / Baseball / Pick Off: An attempt by the pitcher to get a base runner out by throwing to the base from the stretch position. MORE

Playoffs

Entertainment / Football / Playoffs: The post-season tournament that determines the NFL champion. MORE

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