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take sth down

verb uk phrasal verb with take   /teɪk/ (took, taken) us  

(REMOVE)

B2 to remove something that is on a wall or something that is temporary, or to remove a structure by separating its different parts: I've taken the pictures down.
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(WRITE)

to write something that another person has just said: He took down my address and phone number and said he'd phone back.
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