1. To become separated by rupture; to terminate suddenly
2. To separate by breaking
3. To stop suddenly; to abandon.
1. To take away, separate, or remove, in numbering, estimating, or calculating; to subtract.
2. To reduce; to diminish.
3. To lead forth or out.
1. To let fall to the ground
2. To fall vertically
3. To go down in value
4. To leave or unload, esp. of passengers or cargo; SYN. set down, put down, unload.
5. To utter casually
6. To lose (said of games, in sports)
7. To stop pursuing or acting; SYN. knock off.
8. To terminate an association with
9. To give birth; used for animals
10. To change from one level to another
1. To lay down; to deposit; to set down.
2. To insult; to describe in a disparaging way
3. To put a stop to; to suppress
(Irregular preterit, past participle: sold).
1. To be responsible for the sale of.
2. To exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent.
3. To give up for a price or reward.
4. To persuade somebody to accept something.
5. To be sold at a certain price or in a certain way.
6. To be approved of or gain acceptance.
1. To cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place; SYN. put down, place down.
2. To put or settle into a position
1. To mimic or imitate, esp. in an amusing or satirical manner
2. To prove fatal
3. To remove clothes
4. To take away or remove,
5. To take off from the ground, as of an aircraft or balloon; SYN. lift off.
6. To take time off from work; stop working temporarily; SYN. take time off.
When an airplane leaves the ground and flies up into the air, it takes off.
When a business or other organized activity becomes very successful, it takes off.
1. To dislodge from one's seat, as from a horse.
2. To remove from political office