take (yourself) off

take (yourself) off
Definition: to go away, usually suddenly and unexpectedly, informal
This phrasal verb has more than one meaning
E.g.1: David wanted to stop travelling, marry Bianca and buy a house, but after 6 months he took off again to travel round South America.
E.g.2: I was fed up with everything, so I thought I’d take myself off to Spain for a week.
This phrasal verb can be separated, but only by a reflexive pronoun.

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