English definition of “take”
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take verb [T]
/teɪk/ (took, taken)
› ( also take away) to subtract one number or amount from another: take sth from sth You'll need to take $2,000 from the $8,000 to allow for tax.
› ( US also take in) COMMERCE to receive money from sales or as payment for something: They took an astonishing $100,000 in their first week. The company will make money by taking 5% from each bet.
have (got) what it takes › to have the necessary qualities or abilities to do something: Have you got what it takes to be in charge of a department? If you don't have what it takes, you're not going to last long.
take part (in sth) › to be involved in something with other people: Most of the board members took part in the discussions.
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Translations of “take”
||가지고 가다, 데리고 가다, -를 타다…
||يَأخُذ, يَركَب, يؤدّي امتِحانا…
||prendre, apporter/emporter, amener/emmener…
||almak, götürmek, biriyle gitmek…
||portare, prendere, dare (un esame)…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||брать, носить с собой, брать кого-либо с собой…
||brać, zabierać, przyjmować…
||coger, tomar, sacar…
||levar, pegar, fazer…
||nehmen, (mit-)nehmen, machen…
||portar, agafar, fer…
||～を持って行く, 携帯する, ～を連れて行く…
|in Chinese (Simplified)