Took Meaning and Definition


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Took meaning

Word: Took

How to pronounce: teɪk

Verb

Definitions:

1. Lay hold of (something) with one's hands; reach for and hold.

Example sentences: "Mrs Morgan took another biscuit"

2. Remove (someone or something) from a particular place.

Example sentences: "He took an envelope from his inside pocket"

3. Carry or bring with one; convey.

Example sentences: "He took along a portfolio of his drawings"

4. Accept or receive (someone or something)

Example sentences: "She was advised to take any job offered"

5. Consume as food, drink, medicine, or drugs.

Example sentences: "Take an aspirin and lie down"

6. Make, undertake, or perform (an action or task)

Example sentences: "Lucy took a deep breath"

7. Require or use up (a specified amount of time)

Example sentences: "The jury took an hour and a half to find McPherson guilty"

8. Be attracted or charmed by.

Example sentences: "Billie was very taken with him"

9. (of a plant or seed) take root or begin to grow; germinate.

Example sentences: "The fuchsia cuttings had taken and were looking good"

10. Have or require as part of the appropriate construction.

Example sentences: "Verbs which take both the infinitive and the finite clause as their object"

Noun

Definitions:

1. A scene or sequence of sound or vision photographed or recorded continuously at one time.

Example sentences: "He completed a particularly difficult scene in two takes"

2. An amount of something gained or acquired from one source or in one session.

Example sentences: "The take from commodity taxation"

3. An amount of copy set up at one time or by one compositor.


Synonyms:

accept

adopt

receive

admit

meet

get

return

capture

seize

catch

grab

confiscate

carry away

bear

assume

undertake

wear

haul

require

want

prefer

lead

take for

bring

take out

remove

withdraw

shoot

take away

perceive

apprehend

read

borrow

occupy

take on

take over

pick

pick up

choose

select

elect

pick out

opt

cull

win

conquer

prevail

subdue

grip

collect

fill

acquire

grasp

rent

hire

kill

cut

slay

destroy

hold

be

have

contain

preoccupy

handle

enter

involve

go

engage

demand

claim

perform

conduct

drive

work

need

trust

warrant

use

employ

tolerate

sustain

stand

subscribe

endure

invite

ask

call for

lease

manage

cope

treat

submit

accommodate

convey

abide

fit

guide

yield

allowance

proceeds

buy

purchase

master

swallow

ingest

absorb

consume

learn

deal

grapple

share

end

dispatch

aim

study

address

film

handpick

pack

contract

clasp

defeat

issue

support

operate

overcome

consider

contend

single


Antonyms:

make

bring

give

take up

pass

put

remove

provide

include

borrow

offer

involve

withdraw

send

produce

serve

fill

return

eliminate

put in

cast

refuse

bring in

reject

generate

free

cancel

deny

connect

summarize

pass by

sum up

fill in

revoke

send out

serve up


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Took in Other Languages...

Spanish: Tomar

German: Nehmen

French: Prendre

Italian: Prendere

Turkish: Almak


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