Фразовые глаголы с 'TAKE'


TAKE APART
to dismantle or disassemble
Max took the engine of his car apart, but couldn't put it back together.

TAKE BACK
to return
Max took the defective radio back to the sore where he bought it.

TAKE BACK
to retrieve something you gave or said
I take it back. Mark isn't nearly as dumb as I said.

TAKE DOWN
to lower
Max took his pants down so that the nurse could give him an injection.

TAKE DOWN
to dismantle; disassemble; take apart
Max took down his tent and went home.

TAKE DOWN
to lower one's self-esteem
Mary's constant criticism has taken Max down considerably.

TAKE IN
to reduce in size; make smaller
Max lost a lot of weight and had to have all of his pants taken in.

TAKE IN
to give shelter to; to receive as a guest, or lodger
The Smiths took Barney in while he was in town.

TAKE IN
to see for enjoyment
We took in the sights in the morning and took in a movie later in the evening.

TAKE OFF
to depart (aircraft)
When the plane takes off, you must have your seatbelt on and your seat must be in its upright position.

TAKE OFF
to remove from something
I'm going to take my jacket off. It's hot in here. Take you hand off my knee. I'm not that kind of girl.

TAKE ON
undertake; assume; acquire
Max took on a lot of new responsibilities.

TAKE ON
to contend against an opponent
I think I can take on Mike Tyson.

TAKE OUT
to take someone on a date
Max took Mary out to a fancy restaurant.

TAKE OUT
to extract; remove
Max takes out the trash every night.

TAKE OVER
to gain control of
Someday I will take over the world.

TAKE UP
to pursue; turn one's interest to
Max decided to take up golfing.

TAKE UP
to consume or fill time or space
Homework takes up all of my time.

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