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intake

noun /ˈinteik/
the thing or quantity taken in
admisión
This year’s intake of students is smaller than last year’s.
a place at which eg water is taken into a channel etc
entrada, toma
The ventilation system broke down when something blocked the main air intake.
the act of taking in
inhalación, toma
an intake of breath.
(Definition of intake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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