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To have been a spectator of
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To have understood based on given information
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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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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Past participle for 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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(of food, drink or drugs) Past participle for to consume
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Past participle for to earn or get paid
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Past participle for to acquire new information or skill
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Past participle for to insert or introduce
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Past participle for to physically assimilate or take, especially a liquid
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Brought up to date about
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Past participle for to admit or welcome into a place or a group
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Past participle for to apprehend or catch someone, especially a suspected criminal
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Past participle for to hire or enroll someone as a member or worker in an organization
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Past participle for to inhale
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Past participle for to legally care for another's child
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Past participle for to be present at
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Past participle for confer citizenship upon
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Past participle for to assimilate in order to take over or appropriate
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Past participle for to make a trip to or visit
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Past participle for to view by spending time in, usually as part of a holiday or vacation
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Past participle for to subsist or live on a given type of food
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Past participle for to take heed of and be guided by
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Past participle for to think about
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Past participle for to take back or renege on an initial statement or stance
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Past participle for to distract, or to occupy or draw one's attention or thoughts
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Past participle for to gather crops or a harvest, especially by cutting
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Past participle for to adopt (an idea or creation) as one's own
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Past participle for to eagerly believe something, especially untruths
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Past participle for to make a brief, usually social, visit
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Past participle for to confine in an enclosed room or space
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Past participle for to accept something willingly or gladly
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Past participle for to perceive through the act of hearing
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(refer to) Past participle for to have a relation or connection with
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Past participle for to protect or shield from harm or danger
Adjective
Received
Adjective
Having been deceived
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Not being wary or having any suspicion
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Adjective
Easily deceived or duped
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