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  • 1 take down — [v1] write down inscribe, jot down, make a note of, minute, note, note down, put on record, record, set down, transcribe; concept 125 take down [v2] humble deflate, humiliate, let down, lower, mortify, pull down, put down, take apart; concepts… …

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  • 2 take down — (someone/something) to remove a person or group from a position of power. Stockholders are hoping to take down the company s management team. Bush decided it was up to American forces to take Saddam down …

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  • 3 take|down — «TAYK DOWN», noun, adjective. –n. 1. the act of taking down. 2. the fact of being taken down. 3. a rifle or similar firearm that can be taken apart and reassembled readily. 4. the nut, bolt, joint, or other piece, between its parts. 5. Wrestling …

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  • 4 take down — (something) to destroy an aircraft as it is flying. The helicopter was taken down by enemy guns …

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  • 5 take-down — takeˈ down noun A humiliation adjective Capable of being disassembled quickly • • • Main Entry: ↑take …

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  • 6 take down — index demean (make lower), demote, enter (record), note (record), record Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 7 take down — verb 1. move something or somebody to a lower position (Freq. 3) take down the vase from the shelf • Syn: ↑lower, ↑let down, ↑get down, ↑bring down • Ant: ↑raise ( …

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  • 8 take down — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you take something down, you reach up and get it from a high place such as a shelf. [V n P] Alberg took the portrait down from the wall... [V P n (not pron)] Gil rose and went to his bookcase and took down a volume. 2) PHRASAL… …

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  • 9 take down — v. (D; tr.) ( to write down ) to take down in (to take testimony down in shorthand) * * * [ teɪk daʊn] (D; tr.) ( to write down ) to take down in (to take down testimony down in shorthand) …

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  • 10 take down — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms take down : present tense I/you/we/they take down he/she/it takes down present participle taking down past tense took down past participle taken down 1) to separate a large structure into pieces The platform… …

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  • 11 take down — {v.} 1. To write or record (what is said). * /I will tell you how to get to the place; you had better take it down./ 2. To pull to pieces; take apart. * /It will be a big job to take that tree down./ * /In the evening the campers put up a tent,… …

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  • 12 take down — {v.} 1. To write or record (what is said). * /I will tell you how to get to the place; you had better take it down./ 2. To pull to pieces; take apart. * /It will be a big job to take that tree down./ * /In the evening the campers put up a tent,… …

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  • 13 take\ down — v 1. To write or record (what is said). I will tell you how to get to the place; you had better take it down. 2. To pull to pieces; take apart. It will be a big job to take that tree down. In the evening the campers put up a tent, and the next… …

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  • 14 take down — verb Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to lower without removing < took down his pants > 2. a. to pull to pieces < take down a building > b. disassemble < take a rifle down > …

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  • 15 take down — verb a) To remove something from a wall or similar vertical surface to which it is fixed. He took down the picture and replaced it with the framed photograph. b) To remove something from a hanging position. We need to take down the curtains to be …

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  • 16 take down — phr verb Take down is used with these nouns as the object: ↑barricade, ↑decoration, ↑notice, ↑partition, ↑poster, ↑scaffolding, ↑slippery slope, ↑tent …

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  • 17 take down — Synonyms and related words: abase, abash, admonish, bear down, beat down, blow down, blow over, book, bowl down, bowl over, break down, bring down, bring low, bring to book, bulldog, bulldoze, burn down, calendar, call to account, carve, cast… …

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  • 18 take down — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To dismantle] Syn. disassemble, take apart, undo; see dismantle . 2. [To write down] Syn. inscribe, jot down, note down; see record 1 , write 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To cause to descend: depress, drop, let down …

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  • 19 take down — 1. Take from above. 2. Reduce, lower, depress. 3. Humble, abash, humiliate. 4. Pull to pieces, pull down. 5. Swallow, take. 6. Record, note, make a note of, write down. 7. Attack …

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  • 20 take down — 1) write or record what is said I took down many notes during the lecture last week. 2) take apart, pull to pieces We took down our tent as soon as it began to rain …

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