View definitions for take over

take over

verb as in annex

verb as in assume

verb as in cover

verb as in expropriate

verb as in inherit

verb as in spell

noun as in annexation

noun as in appropriation

noun as in coup d'état

noun as in requisition

noun as in takeover bid

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Example Sentences

The real power lies in a handful of men like Dan Loeb, who personally put up a million dollars to take over the Senate.

But he said he was happy that I was there, to take over if needed.

Akhtar will take over from Zaheer-ul-Islam, who is set to retire on Oct. 1.

Her new case officer, whom she knew as David, had already arrived to take over from his predecessor.

And people searching to take over a lease can select “landlord approved” apartments to streamline the process.

On his arrival at Rome, to take over his new command, he found himself face to face with a mutiny.

The Commandant was to take over the offices, staff, and functions of the late Civil Governor.

He binds himself at any time, subject to my desire, to take over a thousand shares at par.

I found that my Brigadier had arranged that I was to take over the front of something over two regiments.

I'm too old to mess in, but a youngster could take over en double his money in five years.


On this page you'll find 181 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take-over, such as: active, brisk, dynamic, effective, efficient, and forceful.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.