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To have been in a romantic or non-platonic relationship with
“I made it the case that my future self would be required to take you out to dinner.”
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Past participle for to entertain or invite to a social rendezvous
“He had mentioned casually three days ago that Dr. Burns had offered to take them out to a concert.”
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Past participle for to accompany, especially to look after or supervise
“Why don't you take your brother out with you? He could do with some fresh air.”
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Past participle for to vent or release one's emotions towards someone or something
“Putting your anger to use definitely does not mean that you should take out your anger on someone else.”
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Past participle for to remove from a particular place or position
“Did you see him take out the gun from the glove compartment?”
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Past participle for to extract or pull out
“I want you to take out a tooth for George, and you will be as easy as you can about it, won't you?”
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Past participle for to destroy or ruin (completely)
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“Before deciding how you're going to take out the enemy's last stronghold, here's some information for you.”
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Past participle for to kill or cause the death of
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“Better known as Joe Exotic, he is now serving a 22-year sentence for trying to hire hitmen to take out his rival.”
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Past participle for to obtain by application by a legal or other official process
“Most people will take out a loan when purchasing a car.”
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Past participle for to remove, get rid of or erase, especially written or printed material, or data on a computer
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Past participle for to hold while moving out
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Past participle for to take one thing from another
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Past participle for excise, remove
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Past participle for to be detrimental to
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Past participle for to pull up by the roots
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Past participle for to detach or separate two items or objects from each other
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Past participle for to scrape (and lift) a portion out with a scooped utensil or tool
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Past participle for to remove from a package or container, particularly with respect to items that had previously been arranged closely and securely in a pack
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Past participle for make legally null and void
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Past participle for to cause to be ineffective or immobilized
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Past participle for to reduce in extent, duration or quantity
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Past participle for supersede and replace
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Past participle for to completely remove or get rid of
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Past participle for to extract the essence of
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Past participle for exploit or defraud by taking small amounts of money over a period of time
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Past participle for to hit hard
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Past participle for act as an impediment to
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(treat to) Past participle for to pay the bill for someone else
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Past participle for to remove, especially a stain
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Past participle for to remove unwanted items from
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Past participle for to fail to include
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Past participle for to shutdown or render unusable
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Past participle for to allow or enable to escape from confinement
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Past participle for to put forward a submission or application
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Past participle for to discard or exclude (someone or something)
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Past participle for to knock down (a person)
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Past participle for to flirt with, or attempt to win over, a romantic interest
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Past participle for to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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Past participle for to gain an advantage or profit by using unfair or deceitful methods
Adjective
Removed
Adjective
Hidden, remote
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