take[ teyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF take
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TAKE
The city-pent, as we have intimated, must take this season largely on faith.
Well, I've got to take the madam and the young folks over to the Casino.
Take it at once, and tell her I shall be up to see her presently.
Men who take from the poor daily interest for a drachma, and spend it in debauchery.
There was a long, airy gallery, in which he was allowed to take exercise any hour of the day.
Then it's better to take him out back of the barn and shoot him, by Gad!
Too bad, though—you certainly need a wife to take the conceit out of you.
"I'll take another piece of fish, mother," said Robert, passing his plate.
And now, Uncle Paul, if you don't object I'll take out my pipe and have a smoke.
I wonder what Will Paine will say when he sees the good care you take of it.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TAKE
- knock dead
- knock out
- put under a spell
- sweep off feet
- tickle pink
- turn on
- win over
- carry off
- hold for ransom
- hold up
- make off with
- rip off
- run off with
- spirit away
- stick up
- take possession of
- walk off with