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take sth in

phrasal verb with take
 
 
/teɪk/ verb [T] ( past tense took, past participle taken)
UNDERSTAND to understand something: It was an interesting lecture but there was just too much to take in.Understanding and comprehending
FILM/BUILDING ETC to go to see a film, visit an interesting building, etc for enjoyment: I thought we might get something to eat and then take in a movie.Visiting
CLOTHES to make a piece of clothing narrowerKnitting and sewingNarrow and thin
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