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take sth down

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


B2 to ​remove something that is on a ​wall or something that is ​temporary, or to ​remove a ​structure by ​separatingits different ​parts: I took the ​pictures down.
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to write something that another ​person has just said: He took down my ​address and ​phonenumber and said he'd ​call me.
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