take down

[ teyk-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF take down

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKE DOWN

He excused himself; he feared he was engaged to take down Legard.

Her tries to take down the rifle—­the one as is there on the pegs, sir.

"Let me take down the address, anyway," said he, and took it down.

"I was just tryin' to help Keziah take down her stovepipe," he explained.

“Why, then,” began Mary, and started as if to take down the glass.

May I beg you will take down the details; they are brief, but important.

"Oh, she's comin' out next week," he said, as he rose to take down his valise.

Phil's going to take down that bar we pushed in place, and open up.

"We'll have to take down a lot of signs and change 'em," proposed Ned Allen.

The other way is to speak so slowly that their hearers can take down what they say.

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