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take stock

C2 To take stock (of something) is to think carefully about a situation or event and form an opinion about it, so that you can decide what to do: After two years spent teaching abroad, she returned home for a month to take stock of her life.
Translations of “take stock”
in Chinese (Traditional) 仔細考慮, 作出判斷, 評估…
in Chinese (Simplified) 仔细考虑, 作出判断, 评估…
(Definition of take stock from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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