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taken over

adjective as in diverted

adjective as in possessed

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A hundred ultra-wealthy liberal and conservative donors have taken over the political system.

The ATSB has been impressive in the way it has taken over the direction of the search for Flight 370.

From righteous fury to faux indignation, everything we got mad about in 2014—and how outrage has taken over our lives.

An electrocardiogram is taken over the phone and then sent to his physician for examination.

Her house in Donetsk, she says, has been taken over by rebels and her family is now all but homeless.

Railways ought to be made to carry for the good of the country, or they should be taken over by the Government.

When Mr. Charles Faversham had bought the estate, he had taken over everything practically as it stood.

Part of the functions which the Craft Gilds had performed were taken over by the state.

Then followed more details as to the state of the house and business when first taken over.

In many instances the logperch was taken over submerged gravel bars, often along the edges of the larger pools.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taken over, such as: amused, averted, changed, entertained, preempted, and reclassified.

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