take

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take
verb
ADVERB
β–ͺ well
β–ͺ badly
β–ͺ

She took the news of her father's death very badly.

β–ͺ seriously
β–ͺ

I wanted to be taken seriously as an artist.

β–ͺ philosophically
β–ͺ

Harry took his rejection philosophically.

PREPOSITION
β–ͺ as
β–ͺ

He took what I said as a criticism.

PHRASES
β–ͺ take it like a man
β–ͺ

Stop crying and take it like a man!

Take is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑boat, ↑bowler, ↑cab, ↑cutting, ↑ferry, ↑graft, ↑journey, ↑robber, ↑route, ↑thief, ↑verb, ↑walk, ↑win
Take is used with these nouns as the object: ↑A level, ↑abuse, ↑action, ↑advice, ↑age, ↑aim, ↑angle, ↑antibiotic, ↑approach, ↑arm, ↑article, ↑aspirin, ↑attitude, ↑baby, ↑bait, ↑bath, ↑baton, ↑beating, ↑bend, ↑berth, ↑bet, ↑bit, ↑bite, ↑blame, ↑blow, ↑boat, ↑booking, ↑booty, ↑booze, ↑bow, ↑brain, ↑break, ↑breath, ↑breather, ↑bribe, ↑bronze, ↑brunt, ↑bump, ↑burden, ↑bus, ↑cab, ↑call, ↑capsule, ↑car, ↑card, ↑care, ↑case, ↑castle, ↑casualty, ↑catch, ↑caution, ↑census, ↑chair, ↑championship, ↑chance, ↑change, ↑charge, ↑citizenship, ↑class, ↑coat, ↑coffee, ↑coffin, ↑collection, ↑comfort, ↑command, ↑commitment, ↑communion, ↑complement, ↑compliment, ↑consequence, ↑consolation, ↑contraceptive, ↑control, ↑copy, ↑corner, ↑cottage, ↑counsel, ↑courage, ↑course, ↑cover, ↑credit, ↑credit card, ↑criticism, ↑crown, ↑cruise, ↑cue, ↑custody, ↑cut, ↑cutting, ↑decision, ↑dedication, ↑deduction, ↑degree, ↑delight, ↑delivery, ↑detour, ↑dictation, ↑dig, ↑dip, ↑diploma, ↑direction, ↑discipline, ↑dive, ↑diversion, ↑doctorate, ↑donation, ↑dosage, ↑dose, ↑downturn, ↑drink, ↑drive, ↑drug, ↑effect, ↑effort, ↑elbow, ↑elevator, ↑encouragement, ↑enjoyment, ↑escalator, ↑essentials, ↑exam, ↑examination, ↑excursion, ↑exercise, ↑exit, ↑fall, ↑ferry, ↑field, ↑fight, ↑film, ↑final, ↑fingerprint, ↑flight, ↑footpath, ↑fork, ↑form, ↑fortress, ↑freedom, ↑fright, ↑gamble, ↑gasp, ↑glance, ↑glimpse, ↑glory, ↑gold, ↑gospel, ↑grip, ↑guess, ↑gulp, ↑gut, ↑hammering, ↑hand, ↑herb, ↑highway, ↑hint, ↑hit, ↑hold, ↑holiday, ↑honour, ↑hormone, ↑hostage, ↑hour, ↑illustration, ↑imagination, ↑impact, ↑index, ↑industrial action, ↑infinitive, ↑ingenuity, ↑initiative, ↑inspiration, ↑instance, ↑instruction, ↑interest, ↑interstate, ↑inventory, ↑job, ↑joke, ↑joy, ↑jump, ↑knock, ↑lap, ↑lead, ↑leadership, ↑leap, ↑lease, ↑leave, ↑lesson, ↑level, ↑liberty, ↑life, ↑lifetime, ↑lift, ↑liking, ↑line, ↑look, ↑loss, ↑lover, ↑master, ↑measure, ↑measurement, ↑medication, ↑medicine, ↑message, ↑milk, ↑minute, ↑miracle, ↑mistress, ↑moment, ↑money, ↑month, ↑mouthful, ↑name, ↑nap, ↑nationality, ↑nerve, ↑newspaper, ↑note, ↑notice, ↑nourishment, ↑oar, ↑oath, ↑offence, ↑offensive, ↑offer, ↑office, ↑opportunity, ↑option, ↑order, ↑overdose, ↑ownership, ↑pace, ↑pain, ↑paper, ↑part, ↑pass, ↑path, ↑patience, ↑pause, ↑payment, ↑pee, ↑peek, ↑peep, ↑penalty, ↑perseverance, ↑persistence, ↑perspective, ↑persuasion, ↑petrol, ↑photocopy, ↑photograph, ↑pick, ↑picnic, ↑picture, ↑pill, ↑place, ↑plane, ↑planning, ↑plate, ↑pleasure, ↑pledge, ↑plunge, ↑point, ↑point of view, ↑poison, ↑poll, ↑position, ↑possession, ↑post, ↑posture, ↑power, ↑practical, ↑practice, ↑precaution, ↑precedence, ↑priority, ↑prisoner, ↑prize, ↑proceedings, ↑profit, ↑puff, ↑pull, ↑pulse, ↑punch, ↑punishment, ↑quiz, ↑quotation, ↑quote, ↑reading, ↑recess, ↑redundancy, ↑refreshment, ↑refuge, ↑refugee, ↑register, ↑rejection, ↑remark, ↑remedy, ↑reprisal, ↑reserve, ↑responsibility, ↑rest, ↑revenge, ↑ride, ↑right, ↑risk, ↑road, ↑role, ↑roll, ↑root, ↑rope, ↑route, ↑run, ↑salute, ↑sample, ↑sanctuary, ↑satisfaction, ↑scan, ↑score, ↑seat, ↑second, ↑security, ↑sedative, ↑self-control, ↑shape, ↑share, ↑sheet, ↑shelter, ↑shopping, ↑short cut, ↑shorthand, ↑shot, ↑shower, ↑shrapnel, ↑shuttle, ↑siesta, ↑silver, ↑sip, ↑size, ↑skill, ↑slant, ↑sniff, ↑snuff, ↑solace, ↑specimen, ↑spoils, ↑spotlight, ↑stab, ↑stage, ↑stair, ↑staircase, ↑stake, ↑stance, ↑stand, ↑statement, ↑step, ↑strain, ↑street, ↑strength, ↑stress, ↑stride, ↑stroll, ↑subject, ↑submission, ↑substance, ↑subway, ↑sugar, ↑supplement, ↑surname, ↑survey, ↑sweep, ↑swig, ↑swim, ↑swing, ↑swipe, ↑tablet, ↑tack, ↑talent, ↑taxi, ↑tea, ↑temperature, ↑territory, ↑test, ↑throne, ↑ticket, ↑time, ↑tip, ↑tissue, ↑title, ↑toll, ↑tone, ↑total, ↑trail, ↑train, ↑tram, ↑transportation, ↑trek, ↑trip, ↑trolley, ↑trophy, ↑trouble, ↑tube, ↑turn, ↑turn-off, ↑turning, ↑twist, ↑underground, ↑upturn, ↑vacation, ↑veil, ↑vengeance, ↑verb, ↑view, ↑viewpoint, ↑virginity, ↑visit, ↑vitamin, ↑vote, ↑vow, ↑walk, ↑wee, ↑week, ↑weight, ↑wheel, ↑whiff, ↑while, ↑willpower, ↑X-ray, ↑year, ↑yoga

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  • Take β€” Take, v. t. [imp. {Took} (t[oo^]k); p. p. {Taken} (t[=a]k n); p. pr. & vb. n. {Taking}.] [Icel. taka; akin to Sw. taga, Dan. tage, Goth. t[=e]kan to touch; of uncertain origin.] 1. In an active sense; To lay hold of; to seize with the hands, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • take β€” [tāk] vt. took, taken, taking [ME taken < OE tacan < ON taka < ? IE base * dΔ“g , to lay hold of] I to get possession of by force or skill; seize, grasp, catch, capture, win, etc. 1. to get by conquering; capture; seize 2. to trap, snare …   English World dictionary

  • take β€” β–Ί VERB (past took; past part. taken) 1) lay hold of with one s hands; reach for and hold. 2) occupy (a place or position). 3) capture or gain possession of by force. 4) carry or bring with one; convey. 5) remove from a place. 6) …   English terms dictionary

  • take β€” [n] profit booty*, catch, catching, cut, gate, haul*, holding, part, proceeds, receipts, return, returns, revenue, share, takings, yield; concept 344 Ant. debt, loss take [v1] get; help oneself to abduct, accept, acquire, arrest, attain, capture …   New thesaurus

  • Take β€” Take, v. i. 1. To take hold; to fix upon anything; to have the natural or intended effect; to accomplish a purpose; as, he was inoculated, but the virus did not take. Shak. [1913 Webster] When flame taketh and openeth, it giveth a noise. Bacon.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • take β€” vb took, takΒ·en, takΒ·ing vt 1 a: to obtain control, custody, or possession of often by assertive or intentional means b: to seize or interfere with the use of (property) by governmental authority; specif: to acquire title to for public use by… …   Law dictionary

  • Take On Me β€” ist ein Lied und Nummer Eins Hit der norwegischen Popband a ha, welches von ihrem ersten Album Hunting High and Low aus dem Jahr 1985 stammt. Aufgenommen wurde der Titel bereits 1984, jedoch schaffte er es erst mit dem dritten Anlauf zum Nummer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Take on me β€” ist ein Lied und Nummer Eins Hit der norwegischen Popband a ha, welches von ihrem ersten Album Hunting High and Low aus dem Jahr 1985 stammt. Aufgenommen wurde der Titel bereits 1984, jedoch schaffte er es erst mit dem dritten Anlauf zum Nummer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Take on Me β€” Β«Take on MeΒ» Sencillo de a ha del Γ‘lbum Hunting High and Low PublicaciΓ³n 5 de abril de 1985; 16 de septiembre de 1985 Formato 7 , 12 GrabaciΓ³n 1984 1985 …   Wikipedia EspaΓ±ol

  • Take β€” (engl. β€žnehmen, Aufnahmeβ€œ) steht fΓΌr: Take bzw. Einstellung (Film), eine ungeschnittene, zumeist kurze Filmaufnahme Take (Musik), die schrittweise Aufnahme von akustischen Signalen Take 2 Interactive, der Hersteller von Computer und Videospielen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Take 2 β€” Take Two Interactive Software Inc. Unternehmensform Aktiengesellschaft ISIN …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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