Take+away

  • 61 take — take1 W1S1 [teık] v past tense took [tuk] past participle taken [ˈteıkən] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(action)¦ 2¦(move)¦ 3¦(remove)¦ 4¦(time/money/effort etc)¦ 5¦(accept)¦ 6¦(hold something)¦ 7¦(travel)¦ 8 …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 62 take out — verb 1. cause to leave (Freq. 7) The teacher took the children out of the classroom • Syn: ↑move out, ↑remove • Hyponyms: ↑clear, ↑call in, ↑estrange …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 63 Take-out — Upper left: A Meat Feast Parmo from Four Seasons in Stockton on Tees, UK. Upper right: Fish and chips. Lower left: Pizza delivery. Lower right: Döner kebab Take away redirects here. For the film of the same name, see Take Away. Take out redirects …

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  • 64 take — take1 [ teık ] (past tense took [ tuk ] ; past participle tak|en [ teıkən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 move something/someone ▸ 2 cause someone/something to move ▸ 3 perform action ▸ 4 need something ▸ 5 accept ▸ 6 win prize/election ▸ 7 reach out and get ▸… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 65 take — v. & n. v. (took; taken) 1 tr. lay hold of; get into one s hands. 2 tr. acquire, get possession of, capture, earn, or win. 3 tr. get the use of by purchase or formal agreement (take lodgings). 4 tr. (in a recipe) avail oneself of; use. 5 tr. use… …

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  • 66 take — I UK [teɪk] / US verb Word forms take : present tense I/you/we/they take he/she/it takes present participle taking past tense took UK [tʊk] / US past participle taken UK [ˈteɪkən] / US *** 1) [transitive] to move something or someone from one… …

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  • 67 take sth away — UK US take sth away Phrasal Verb with take({{}}/teɪk/ verb [T] (took, taken) ► to remove something: »The federal government threatened to take away $1 billion in highway funds. take sth away from sb/sth »The amendments are not really taking any… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 68 take — 1 /teIk/ verb past tense took past participle taken MOVE STH 1 (T) to move someone or something from one place to another: Don t forget to take your bag when you go. | Paul doesn t know the way can you take him? | take sb/sth to: We take the kids …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 69 take — [c]/teɪk / (say tayk) verb (took, taken, taking) –verb (t) 1. to get into one s hands or possession by force or artifice. 2. to seize, catch, or capture. 3. to grasp, grip or hold. 4. to get into one s hold, possession, control, etc., by one s… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 70 Take — (1) A dealer or customer who agrees to buy at another dealer s offered price is said to take that offer. (2) Also, Euro bankers speak of taking deposits rather than buying money. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. take take 1 [teɪk] …

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  • 71 take — (1) To agree to buy. A dealer or customer who agrees to buy at another dealer s offered price is said to take the offer. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary (2) Euro bankers speak of taking deposits rather than buying money. Bloomberg Financial… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 72 take — Synonyms and related words: OD, abduct, abide, absorb, abstract, accede, accede to, accept, accommodate, accompany, account as, accroach, acknowledge, acquire, act, admit, adopt, advocate, affect, agree to, allow for, allure, and, annex,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 73 take off — Synonyms and related words: abate, abscind, absquatulate, act, act a part, act as, act out, advance, allow, ameliorate, amend, amputate, annihilate, ape, aspire, ban, bar, bate, bear, become airborne, begin, begone, bereave of life, blast away,… …

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  • 74 take — I [[t]te͟ɪk[/t]] USED WITH NOUNS DESCRIBING ACTIONS ♦ takes, taking, took, taken (Take is used in combination with a wide range of nouns, where the meaning of the combination is mostly given by the noun. Many of these combinations are common… …

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  • 75 take off — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To undress] Syn. strip, divest, expose; see undress . 2. [To deduct] Syn. lessen, subtract, take away; see decrease 2 . 3. [*To mock] Syn. satirize, mimic, burlesque; see parody , ridicule . 4. [To leave the earth] Syn.… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 76 Take the High Road — This article is about the Scottish soap opera. For the Elemeno P song, see Take the High Road (song). Take the High Road Opening titles Format Soap opera Cre …

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  • 77 take off — verb 1. leave (Freq. 15) The family took off for Florida • Syn: ↑depart, ↑part, ↑start, ↑start out, ↑set forth, ↑set off, ↑set out …

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  • 78 take something away — Brit. another way of saying take something out (sense 2) * * * ˌtake sthaˈway derived 1. to make a feeling, pain, etc. disappear • I was given some pills to take away the pain. 2. (BrE) ( …

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  • 79 take from — Synonyms and related words: abate, abrade, abridge, abstract, bate, belittle, bereave, bleed, compress, curtail, cut, cut back, cut down, cut off, damp, dampen, decrease, deduct, deflate, depreciate, depress, deprive, deprive of, derogate,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 80 take off — verb Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. remove < take your shoes off > 2. a. release < take the brake off > b. discontinue, withdraw …

    New Collegiate Dictionary