The Word is:”take”
verb: take; 3rd person present: takes; past tense: took; gerund or present participle: taking; past participle: taken
1. lay hold of (something) with one’s hands; reach for and hold.
“he leaned forward to take her hand”
“Anna smiled as she took his hand”
“twenty of their ships were sunk or taken”
“many thousands of prisoners were taken”
antonyms: free, liberate
“West leads a club enabling his partner to take three tricks in the suit”
capture (an opposing piece or pawn).
“Black takes the rook with his bishop”
dismiss a batsman from (his wicket).
“he took seven wickets in the second innings”
“someone must have sneaked in here and taken it”
dispossess someone of; informal filch, pinch, swipe, nick, snaffle, walk off with;
“these thieving toerags have taken my car”
“I’ll take the one on the end”
(of a person) already be married or in an emotional relationship.
“take half the marzipan and roll out”
2. remove (someone or something) from a particular place.
“he took an envelope from his inside pocket”
3. carry or bring with one; convey.
“he took along a portfolio of his drawings”
“I took it back to London with me”
4. accept or receive (someone or something).
“she was advised to take any job offered”
secure, procure, come by, win, earn, pick up, walk away/off with, carry off;
informal land, bag, net, scoop, cop
“she took the prize for best individual speaker”
5. consume as food, drink, medicine, or drugs.
“take an aspirin and lie down”
“she took a little wine with her dinner”
6. make, undertake, or perform (an action or task).
“Lucy took a deep breath”
“applicants may be asked to take a test”
obtain (an academic degree) after fulfilling the required conditions.
“she took a degree in business studies”
7. require or use up (a specified amount of time).
“the jury took an hour and a half to find McPherson guilty”
“the journey should take a little over six hours”
“an exclusive island hideaway that takes just twenty guests”
have or require as part of the appropriate construction.
“verbs which take both the infinitive and the finite clause as their object”
noun: take; plural noun: takes
1. a scene or sequence of sound or vision photographed or recorded continuously at one time.
“he completed a particularly difficult scene in two takes”
“you need someone with a clapperboard at the start of each take”
“his own whimsical take on life”
synonyms: view of, reading of, version of, interpretation of, understanding of, account of, explanation of, analysis of, approach to
“her wry and knowing take on sex and gender issues”
2. an amount of something gained or acquired from one source or in one session.
“the take from commodity taxation”
revenue, income, gain, profit, money received, payments received;
takings, proceeds, returns, receipts, profits, winnings, pickings, earnings, spoils;
gate money, purse; informal bunce
“he is determined to increase the state’s tax take”
the money received at a cinema or theatre for seats.
an amount of copy set up at one time or by one compositor.
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