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take sth out

phrasal verb with take uk   /teɪk/  us   /teɪk/ verb (took, taken)
  • (MONEY, etc.)

B2 to get money from a bank account: I took out some money for the weekend.
to arrange to get something from a company, bank, etc.: I’m going to take out a life insurance policy. He had to take out a loan to pay his taxes.
  • (FOOD)

B1 US (UK take away) to buy food in a restaurant and eat it somewhere else: Is that to eat in or take out?
(Definition of take sth out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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take sth out

phrasal verb with take uk   us   /teɪk/ verb [T] (took, taken)
FINANCE, BANKING, MARKETING to arrange and pay for insurance, a loan, an advertisement, etc.: take out a loan/mortgage He took out a $44,000 startup loan. They decided to take out extra life insurance.take out an ad/advertisement They took out an ad in USA Today.
BANKING to remove money from a bank account: I had to take $10,000 out of a savings account in order to pay for the car.
(Definition of take sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “take sth out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 移走,移开…
in Turkish çıkarmak…
in Russian вынимать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 移走,移開…
in Polish wyjmować coś, wyciągać coś…
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