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To get into one's possession
“I would take my hot dog from the street vendor once he had finished preparing it.”
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To take control of with one's hands
“Enough tomfoolery. It's time to take the bull by the horns.”
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To remove from a particular place
“I had to take the anchovies off from my pizza myself as they had forgotten my request not to add them as a topping.”
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To cite or reference
“The teacher would typically take popular phrases from songs or movies to demonstrate the use of various words.”
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(of food, drink or drugs) To consume
“You should take some water to help with your dehydration.”
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To capture by force
“Jon Snow and his men would take a wight as prisoner to prove the existence of the White Walkers.”
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To dispossess someone of something
“Someone would take Jesse's car and he was left bewildered when he couldn't find it.”
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To subtract
“If you take two from five, you will be left with three.”
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(of a place or position) To occupy
“A large group of tourists would take up all of the tables in the restaurant.”
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(of accommodation) To rent
“He would take a room at the Two Schools Hotel, which was in a shabby street off the main boulevard.”
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To accept
“I decided to take the first job I was offered as I was desperate.”
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To pick one option over another
“I would take going for a walk over just lazing about at home.”
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To use as an example in support of an argument
“The world is filled with natural wonders. Take, for example, the pyramids of Egypt.”
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(of a newspaper or periodical) To be a subscriber to
“I take Woman's Day to keep up with the Kardashians.”
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To ascertain by measurement
“The doctor would take my temperature with a thermometer.”
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To write down
“It's best if you take notes during the lecture.”
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To carry or bring along with
“It was really difficult to take my new guitar back with me to America because it was so bulky.”
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To escort someone somewhere
“You don't look so well. Maybe I should take you home.”
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To use as a route or means of transport
“You can take the Eurostar to get from Paris to London, or vice versa.”
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To derive from
“Aruba is said to take its name from a Spanish phrase indicating the presence of gold.”
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To accept or receive, typically something awarded
“Nanami Nagura would take the title of Air Guitar World Champion after mesmerizing the judges with his incredible performance.”
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To act on an opportunity
“This was a rare opportunity that he just had to take.”
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(of a position, state, or form) To acquire or assume
“She would take great pride in seeing her children graduate from college.”
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(of news or an event) To react to in a specified way
“My mother would take the news of Patrick Swayze's passing rather badly.”
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To regard or view in a given way
“Barry did not appreciate it when Donna refused to take him for an American despite his birth certificate proving otherwise.”
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(take it) To assume
“I take it that you want me to do my homework now?”
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(take one's word) To regard as right or true
“I cannot verify anything you say, but I'm just going to take your word for it.”
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To understand or accept the validity of
“I completely take your point that you'd rather not talk about your bad date last night.”
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(be taken by or with) To be attracted or charmed by
“Many people were taken with Alex's interesting theory that polluted waters were causing frogs to mutate.”
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To endure or tolerate
“I can't take his unfunny jokes anymore.”
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(of an action or task) To undertake or perform
“You must take a test before being admitted into their club.”
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(of a subject) To have chosen to intellectually pursue
“All of the subjects that I will take this semester are scientifically based.”
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(of time) To require or to use up
“It will take about five hours to fly from Toronto to Vancouver.”
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(of a task or situation) To have a necessity for a particular person or thing
“It will take a skilled player to quickscope on Call of Duty.”
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(of a garment size) To wear or require
“In terms of dresses, I usually take a size 8.”
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To take hold or have an effect
“I was indoctrinated with an irrational ideology, but the ideology didn't take as it made no logical sense.”
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(of an illness) To catch or contract
“With the current epidemic in my town, I would eventually take a cold myself.”
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To choose as an item to purchase
“After some deliberation, I have decided that I will take the pink Chanel handbag.”
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To allow or have room for
“The school will take any student who passes the minimum academic requirements.”
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To achieve victory over
“With the great players we have, we believe we can take any team.”
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To deal with a matter or issue
“Let's just calmly take things as they come.”
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To impose an undesirable consequence on
“The constant stress would take its toll on the poor man.”
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To deprive of life
“Sadly, cancer would take our dear grandfather.”
Noun
Money that is gained or acquired
“Members of the cartel got together to apportion the take from their latest venture.”
Noun
An individual's allotment from a collective pool (usually of money)
“Arthur Morgan's final take was only a fraction of the entire bounty that the gang had acquired.”
Noun
(of game) An amount of something gained or acquired
“The fishermen returned home, satisfied with their bountiful take for the day.”
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A distinct treatment or approach towards something
“The old professor had an eccentric take on the meaning of life.”
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A reaction to an issue or event
“What's your take on the allegations that have been leveled against you?”
Noun
(film) A scene or sequence recorded without interruption
“She was a natural actor and filming would regularly be completed within the first take.”
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