Take+away

  • 81 take — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. catch, capture (see acquisition); plagiarize, pirate (see stealing); take by storm; snap or pick up; do; work, be effective; snap a picture. n. taking; informal, receipts, haul, gate (sl.), swag (sl.) …

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  • 82 take off — 1) PHRASAL VERB When an aeroplane takes off, it leaves the ground and starts flying. [V P] We eventually took off at 11 o clock and arrived in Venice at 1.30. Ant: land 2) PHRASAL VERB If something such as a product, an activity, or someone s… …

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  • 83 take out — Synonyms and related words: abscind, amputate, annihilate, attend, avulse, ban, bar, bob, chaperon, clear away, clip, conduct, convoy, crop, cull, cut, cut away, cut off, cut out, deracinate, dig out, dig up, discount, disentangle, dock, draw,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 84 away — /euh way /, adv. 1. from this or that place; off: to go away. 2. aside; to another place; in another direction: to turn your eyes away; to turn away customers 3. far; apart: away back; away from the subject. 4. out of one s possession or use: to… …

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  • 85 take — verb (past took; past participle taken) 1》 reach for and hold with one s hands. 2》 carry or bring with one; convey or guide.     ↘remove from a place.     ↘subtract. 3》 accept or receive.     ↘understand or accept as valid.     ↘submit to,… …

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  • 86 take up — verb 1. pursue or resume (Freq. 9) take up a matter for consideration • Hypernyms: ↑embark, ↑enter • Verb Frames: Somebody s something 2. adopt (Freq. 5) …

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  • 87 away — adv., adj., & n. adv. 1 to or at a distance from the place, person, or thing in question (go away; give away; look away; they are away; 5 miles away). 2 towards or into non existence (sounds die away; explain it away; idled their time away). 3… …

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  • 88 take up — {v.} 1. To remove by taking in. * /Use a blotter to take up the spilled ink./ * /When the vacuum cleaner bag is full, it will not take up dirt from the rug./ 2. To fill or to occupy. * /All his evenings were taken up with study./ * /The oceans… …

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  • 89 take up — {v.} 1. To remove by taking in. * /Use a blotter to take up the spilled ink./ * /When the vacuum cleaner bag is full, it will not take up dirt from the rug./ 2. To fill or to occupy. * /All his evenings were taken up with study./ * /The oceans… …

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  • 90 take\ up — v 1. To remove by taking in. Use a blotter to take up the spilled ink. When the vacuum cleaner bag is full, it will not take up dirt from the rug. 2. To fill or to occupy. All his evenings were taken up with study. The oceans take up the greater… …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 91 take out — v. remove; acquire; open in a hurry; escort on a date; take away, buy food at an eating establishment to be eaten in a different location; (Slang) destroy, kill n. take away food, food bought an eating establishment to be eaten in a different… …

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  • 92 take out — I Australian Slang 1. destroy, eliminate, render harmless: take out a military post ; 2. win; 3. take away food: We had take out last night II U.S.A.; Pittsburgh, PA bringing humor to someone. That girl takes me out with that wild hairdo. III… …

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  • 93 Take out — 1. destroy, eliminate, render harmless: take out a military post ; 2. win; 3. take away food: We had take out last night …

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  • 94 take out — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To extract] Syn. cut out, pull out, draw out; see remove 1 . 2. [To escort] Syn. lead, chaperon, attend; see accompany 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To move (something) from a position occupied: remove, take, take… …

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  • 95 take the bread out of somebody's mouth —    If you take the bread out of somebody s mouth, you take away their means of earning a living.     The decision to ban street vendors took the bread out of the mouths of many people …

    English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • 96 take —   Lawe, lawe aku, hopu, loa a;     off, kala, wehe, wehewehe, unuhi, ho ohemo;     by force, kā ili, na i, limanui, nunu, moluna;     hold of, lālau, hopu.   Rare: puaki i, ho oki i, nāi i.     Take without right, lawe wale. See effect.     Take… …

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  • 97 take the bread out of one's mouth — {v. phr.} To take away or not give your rightful support, especially through selfish pleasure. * /She accused her husband of drinking and gambling taking bread out of his children s mouths./ …

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  • 98 take the bread out of one's mouth — {v. phr.} To take away or not give your rightful support, especially through selfish pleasure. * /She accused her husband of drinking and gambling taking bread out of his children s mouths./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 99 take\ the\ bread\ out\ of\ one's\ mouth — v. phr. To take away or not give your rightful support, especially through selfish pleasure. She accused her husband of drinking and gambling taking bread out of his children s mouths …

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  • 100 away with — 1. Take away, put out of the way, destroy. 2. Bear, endure, tolerate, get on with …

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