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take-upnoun [S]

uk   us   /ˈteɪk.ʌp/
how much people start to use or accept a service, or sometimes a product, that has become available to them: We are calling for government action to improve the take-up of state benefits.
Translations of “take-up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 享受服務的水準, 福利水準…
in Chinese (Simplified) 享受服务的水平, 福利水平…
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