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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “take”

take

verb [T] (ACT)
行动
 
 
/teɪk/ (took, taken)
to do or perform
从事,进行
The Archbishop took our service of thanksgiving.
大主教为我们主持了感恩祈祷仪式。
Shelley is taking (= studying) economics at university.
谢莉在大学里读经济学。
UK Mr Marshall takes us for (= teaches us) physics.
马歇尔先生教我们物理。
Performing a functionFunctioning
used with many nouns to make a verb phrase that is equal in meaning to the related verb
(后接名词形成动宾结构词组,其意思相当于相应动词)
I think we'll take a break (= we'll stop for a break) there.
我想我们将在那儿休息一会儿。
If you're tired you should take a rest (= you should rest).
如果累了你就应该休息一下。
I always like to take a walk (= to walk) after lunch.
午饭后我总喜欢散散步。
(Definition of take verb (ACT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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