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took down

verb as in write down

verb as in humble

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And it means the VA scandal that already took down its secretary is still growing.

The scandal that took down the VA secretary shows no signs of slowing.

Shortly before we arrived, armed rebels took over the base and took down the Ukrainian flag.

I took down some flowers and there were a lot of other children there.

In April, I accompanied Gang Division teams as they took down three crews in East Harlem, targeting 63 people in all.

Hamza took down the panniers after laying his wand of sugar-cane upon the burning ground.

He therefore put a variety of puzzling questions, and took down a good many notes.

"A little brown would go well too," he added as he took down another can.

Cash then took down the little square baking pan, greased from the last baking of bread, and in that he fried his hot cakes.

Then Farnham took down a shutter, and in desperation threw open the windows to let some fresh air in.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take down, such as: inscribe, jot down, make a note of, minute, note, and note down.

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