Explicație take în Dicționarul Englez Englez

take

(tāk )

substantiv
the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
substantiv
the income arising from land or other property
"the average return was about 5%"

verb
be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness
"He got AIDS"
"She came down with pneumonia"
"She took a chill"

verb
remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc. or remove something abstract
"remove a threat"
"remove a wrapper"
"Remove the dirty dishes from the table"
"take the gun from your pocket"
"
This machine withdraws heat from the envir
verb
ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial
"take a pulse"
"A reading was taken of the earth''s tremors"

verb
take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
"His voice took on a sad tone"
"The story took a new turn"
"he adopted an air of superiority"
"She assumed strange manners"
"The gods assume human or animal form in these fables"

verb
be seized or affected in a specified way
"take sick"
"be taken drunk"

verb
be a student of a certain subject
"She is reading for the bar exam"

verb
interpret something in a certain way
convey a particular meaning or impression
"I read this address as a satire"
"How should I take this message?"
"You can''t take credit for this!"

verb
accept or undergo, often unwillingly
"We took a pay cut"

verb
pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
"Take any one of these cards"
"Choose a good husband for your daughter"
"She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"

verb
take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
"Take the case of China"
"Consider the following case"

verb
take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
"the accident claimed three lives"
"The hard work took its toll on her"

verb
lay claim to
as of an idea
"She took credit for the whole idea"

verb
make a film or photograph of something
"take a scene"
"shoot a movie"

verb
obtain by winning
"Winner takes all"
"He took first prize"

verb
aim or direct at
as of blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment
"Please don''t aim at your little brother!"
"He trained his gun on the burglar"
"Don''t train your camera on the women"
"Take a swipe at one''s opponent"

verb
serve oneself to, or consume regularly
"Have another bowl of chicken soup!"
"I don''t take sugar in my coffee"

verb
get into one''s hands, take physically
"Take a cookie!"
"Can you take this bag, please"

verb
have sex with
archaic use
"He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"

verb
travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route
"He takes the bus to work"
"She takes Route 1 to Newark"

verb
proceed along in a vehicle
"We drive the turnpike to work"

verb
occupy or take on
"He assumes the lotus position"
"She took her seat on the stage"
"We took our seats in the orchestra"
"She took up her position behind the tree"
"strike a pose"

verb
take somebody somewhere
"We lead him to our chief"
"can you take me to the main entrance?"
"He conducted us to the palace"

verb
head into a specified direction
"The escaped convict took to the hills"
"We made for the mountains"

verb
take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
"Bring me the box from the other room"
"Take these letters to the boss"
"This brings me to the main point"

verb
experience or feel or submit to
"Take a test"
"Take the plunge"

verb
to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort
"take shelter from the storm"

verb
take into one''s possession
"We are taking an orphan from Romania"
"I''ll take three salmon steaks"

verb
take by force
"Hitler took the Baltic Republics"
"The army took the fort on the hill"

verb
buy, select
"I''ll take a pound of that sausage"

verb
engage for service under a term of contract
"We took an apartment on a quiet street"
"Let''s rent a car"
"Shall we take a guide in Rome?"

verb
receive or obtain by regular payment
"We take the Times every day"

verb
make use of or accept for some purpose
"take a risk"
"take an opportunity"

verb
receive willingly something given or offered
"The only girl who would have him was the miller''s daughter"
"I won''t have this dog in my house!"
"Please accept my present"

verb
admit into a group or community
"accept students for graduate study"
"We''ll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member"

verb
as of time or space
"It took three hours to get to work this morning"
"This event occupied a very short time"

verb
assume, as of positions or roles
"She took the job as director of development"

verb
develop a habit
"He took to visiting bars"

verb
carry out
"take action"
"take steps"
"take vengeance"

verb
require as useful, just, or proper
"It takes nerve to do what she did"
"success usually requires hard work"
"This job asks a lot of patience and skill"
"This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice"
"This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert"


verb
be capable of holding or containing
"This box won''t take all the items"
"The flask holds one gallon"

verb
have with oneself
have on one''s person
"She always takes an umbrella"
"I always carry money"
"She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains"

verb
be designed to hold or take
"This surface will not take the dye"




Antonime:
(verb) decline, give, abstain, eliminate, reject, desist, disclaim, obviate, refuse, refrain



Sinonime:
(substantiv) issue, return, yield
(verb) accept, acquire, admit, adopt, aim, ask, assume, bring, carry, charter, choose, claim, conduct, consider, consume, contain, contract, convey, deal, demand, direct, drive, engage, exact, fill, film, get, guide, have, hire, hold, ingest, involve, lead, learn, lease, make, necessitate, need, occupy, pack, postulate, read, remove, rent, require, select, shoot, strike, study, submit, subscribe, train, undergo, withdraw