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To deceive or fool someone
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“Aramis sat at a corner table in the tavern, watching Porthos take in some fool at cards.”
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To assimilate into one's understanding or comprehension
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“Giorgio's theories about ancient aliens are just too much for the average person to take in.”
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To be made up or consist of
“When published, the report will take in a broad range of the injustices that happened at the home.”
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To provide housing or accommodation for
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“No one was to take in guests or unknown people who had not reported their arrival at the Town Hall or with a burgomaster.”
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To shorten (a garment) or make it smaller
“When you go to your tailor, you can ask them to let out or take in the hem of the pants.”
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To look at closely or with interest
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(of food, drink or drugs) To consume
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To earn or get paid
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To acquire new information or skill
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To insert or introduce
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To physically assimilate or take, especially a liquid
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Let someone in on something
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To admit or welcome into a place or a group
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To apprehend or catch someone, especially a suspected criminal
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To hire or enroll someone as a member or worker in an organization
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To inhale
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To legally care for another's child
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To be present at
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Confer citizenship upon
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To assimilate in order to take over or appropriate
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To make a trip to or visit
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To view by spending time in, usually as part of a holiday or vacation
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To subsist or live on a given type of food
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To learn or be taught (something)
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To think about
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To take back or renege on an initial statement or stance
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To distract, or to occupy or draw one's attention or thoughts
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To adopt (an idea or creation) as one's own
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To eagerly believe something, especially untruths
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To make a brief, usually social, visit
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To confine in an enclosed room or space
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To perceive through the act of hearing
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(refer to) To have a relation or connection with
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To protect or shield from harm or danger
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Noun
A payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services
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Noun
A cunning trick or dishonest act, in particular one intended to avoid something unpleasant
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