take-off order


take-off order
command to take off, order to take flight

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • order — I n. request for merchandise or services 1) to give, place, put in; make out, write out an order 2) to fill; take an order (has the waiter taken your order?) 3) to cancel an order 4) a prepublication; rush; shipping; side (esp. AE); standing… …   Combinatory dictionary


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