Did you possibly mean takeoff?
- n. alternative spelling of bake-off.
“Bankers from several major securities firms recently flew to Beijing to vie for the assignment in a so-called "bakeoff" competition, expected late this week.”
“Separately, Kelly said that Internet radio site Pandora held a series of IPO "bakeoff”
“Blankfein did not attend the so-called "bakeoff" meetings for General Motors Co's record-setting IPO or American International Group Inc's coming share sale.”
“Blankfein did not attend the so-called "bakeoff" meetings for General Motors Co's”
“Top bank executives sometimes attend so-called "bakeoff" meetings to pitch their banks”
“So it's where we really win in any kind of bakeoff, when it comes to delivering this high-def to user experience, and let's face it a lot of these systems that are going in place right now are to support remote operations, whether they are remote within the U.S. or they're offshore.”
“In a "bakeoff," bankers compete to be named underwriters.”
“Bon Appetit online is hosting a virtual bakeoff called Blog Envy, featuring some favorite recipes from some of my favorite and your favorite food blogs!”
“MM: Our manager actually carries around a picture in his wallet, and it's of us playing in a Tom Thumb grocery store in Dallas for a Pillsbury bakeoff.”
“He says if we ever get too big for our britches, he'll pull out the Pillsbury bakeoff picture.”
Looking for tweets for bakeoff.