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intake

noun /ˈinteik/
the thing or quantity taken in
admission(s)
This year’s intake of students is smaller than last year’s.
a place at which eg water is taken into a channel etc The ventilation system broke down when something blocked the main air intake. the act of taking in an intake of breath.
(Definition of intake from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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