Word: take

Category: take

Arts & Entertainment, Health, Computers & Electronics

Related words: take

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Synonyms: take

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: take

spanish
abolir, traer, admitir, acoger, abrogar, ...


german
einnehmen, bedenken, überlegen, bringen, wählen, ...

french
demander, subir, choisir, produit, remporter, ...

italian
gradire, concedere, prendere, accogliere, ricevere, ...

portuguese
acolher, optar, afastar, exigir, precisar, ...

dutch
vereisen, verwijderen, uittrekken, aanbrengen, overwegen, ...

russian
провести, нанимать, становиться, вытащить, надумать, ...

norwegian
godta, fjerne, forlange, fordre, kreve, ...

swedish
anamma, anse, utse, acceptera, utvälja, ...

finnish
ajatella, viedä, ottaa pois, tuoda, vastaanottaa, ...

danish
behøve, tage

czech
zabírat, zajmout, odvést, chápat, utrpět, ...

polish
zażyć, przyjmować, podjąć, wymagać, przypatrzeć, ...

hungarian
filmfelvétel

turkish
uzaklaştırmak, almak, istemek, getirmek, kazanç

greek
παίρνω

ukrainian
захоплювати, видобування, запис, брати, нюхати

albanian
marr, zë, pranoj

belarusian
атрымлiваць, узяць, прыймаць, прынасiць, атрымоўваць, ...

estonian
suhtuma, võtma

croatian
odveo, smatraju, podržavati, primiti, skinuti

icelandic
taka

lithuanian
reikėti, vesti, skatinti, vadovauti

latvian
aizvākt, aizvest, vadīt, dzīvot, uzņemt, ...

romanian
ghida, alege, lua

slovenian
dovést, vzeti, nosit

slovak
zobrať

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The meaning and "use of": take

verb
  • lay hold of (something) with one's hands; reach for and hold.
  • carry or bring with one; convey.
  • accept or receive (someone or something).
  • make, undertake, or perform (an action or task).
  • require or use up (a specified amount of time).
  • (of a plant or seed) take root or begin to grow; germinate.
  • have or require as part of the appropriate construction.

noun
  • a scene or sequence of sound or vision photographed or recorded continuously at one time.
  • an amount of something gained or acquired from one source or in one session.
  • an amount of copy set up at one time or by one compositor.

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