offtake definition

  • verb:
    • To remove; remove.
  • noun:
    • a spot or station of drainage or off-flow; offlet.
    • removing oil (or a commercial substance) from a storage facility.
    • Act of taking off; specif., the removing or purchase of products.
    • Something taken off; a deduction.
    • A channel for taking away atmosphere or water; in addition, the point of beginning of these a channel; a take-off.
    • In mining, a subsidiary drainage-level, made use of in which, from type of the nation, water are run off level-free.
    • a spot or station of drainage or off-flow.
    • A suction; an opening or pipeline by which a fluid is attracted off.
    • A taking down; particularly, a taking of goods off the marketplace by acquisition; the quantity or value of items thus removed industry; a deduction.
  • others:
    • To take off; take away.

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