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take  Verb
Plural: takes
  1. Translate "take" to Spanish: tomar, coger, quedarse con, tomarse, aceptar, acoger, llevarse, posesionarse de, prender
    English Synonyms of "take": capture, catch, get, grasp, hold, snatch, pick up
    Define meaning of "take": Get into one's hands, take physically. ; Take by force. ; Be designed to hold or take.
  2. Take your plate and eat, Toma tu plato y come.
    Take a cookie!
    Can you take this bag, please.
    Hitler took the Baltic Republics.
    The army took the fort on the hill.
    This surface will not take the dye.

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  3. Translate "take" to Spanish: beber, tomar, ingerir
    English Synonyms of "take": drink, sip in, drink up, imbibe, kill, pound, scoff
    Define meaning of "take": Serve oneself to, or consume regularly.
  4. Take your milk with no sugar, Tómate tu leche sin azúcar.
    Have another bowl of chicken soup!
    I don't take sugar in my coffee.

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  5. Translate "take" to Spanish: tomar, soportar, aceptar, aguantar
    English Synonyms of "take": bear, endure, withstand, abide, bear away, bear up, hold, take up, tolerate
    Define meaning of "take": Interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression.; Put up with something or somebody unpleasant. ; Be capable of holding or containing.
  6. Take this problem with ease, Toma este problema con calma.
    I read this address as a satire.
    How should I take this message?
    You can't take credit for this!
    I cannot bear his constant criticism.
    The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks.
    He learned to tolerate the heat.
    She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage.
    This box won't take all the items.
    The flask holds one gallon.

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  7. Translate "take" to Spanish: llevar
    English Synonyms of "take": get over there, get there, cart
    Define meaning of "take": Take somebody somewhere.; Take something or somebody with oneself somewhere.
  8. Take him there, Llévalo allí.
    We lead him to our chief.
    Can you take me to the main entrance?
    He conducted us to the palace.
    Bring me the box from the other room.
    Take these letters to the boss.
    This brings me to the main point.

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  9. Translate "take" to Spanish: agarrar, coger, entrar, tomar
    English Synonyms of "take": catch, gather
    Define meaning of "take": Travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route. ; Be designed to hold or take.
  10. Take impulse once and for all, Toma impulso de una vez.
    He takes the bus to work.
    She takes Route 1 to Newark.
    This surface will not take the dye.

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  11. Translate "take" to Spanish: requerirse, necesitarse, requerir, tomar
    English Synonyms of "take": require, be needed, be required
    Define meaning of "take": As of time or space. ; Require as useful, just, or proper.
  12. It takes a lot of courage, Requiere bastante valor.
    It took three hours to get to work this morning.
    This event occupied a very short time.
    It takes nerve to do what she did.
    Success usually requires hard work.
    This job asks a lot of patience and skill.
    This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice.
    This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert.

  13. Translate "take" to Spanish: irse por, ir por
    English Synonyms of "take": travel by, go away by, go on, leave by
    Define meaning of "take": Proceed along in a vehicle.
  14. She took that road, Ella se fue por esa carretera.
    We drive the turnpike to work.

  15. Translate "take" to Spanish: sustraer, quitar, tomar
    English Synonyms of "take": subtract, take away, deduct, withdraw, pick off, remove, rob, take off
    Define meaning of "take": Remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc. or remove something abstract.
  16. The thief took my wallet with everything, El ladrón sustrajo me billetera...
    Remove a threat.
    Remove a wrapper.
    Remove the dirty dishes from the table.
    Take the gun from your pocket.

  17. Translate "take" to Spanish: arrebatar
    English Synonyms of "take": snatch, take away, grab, take away forcefully, take by force, take forcefully
    Define meaning of "take": To grasp hastily or eagerly.

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  19. Translate "take" to Spanish: llevarse
    English Synonyms of "take": be in for, get
  20. Se llevó una buena regañada, He got (took) a severe scold.

  21. Translate "take" to Spanish: asumir
    English Synonyms of "take": assume, put on, take up, endue, indue, take on
    Define meaning of "take": Take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect. ; Occupy or take on. ; Make use of or accept for some purpose. ; Assume, as of positions or roles.
  22. He took the incorrect attitude, Tomó la actitud equivocada.
    His voice took on a sad tone.
    The story took a new turn.
    He adopted an air of superiority.
    She assumed strange manners.
    The gods assume human or animal form in these fables.
    He assumes the lotus position.
    She took her seat on the stage.
    We took our seats in the orchestra.
    She took up her position behind the tree.
    Strike a pose.
    Take a risk.
    Take an opportunity.
    She took the job as director of development.

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take  Noun
  1. Translate "take" to Spanish: toma, instantánea
    English Synonyms of "take": snapshot, photo, photograph, shot, snap
    Define meaning of "take": The act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption.


  2. Translate "take" to Spanish: participación
    English Synonyms of "take": share, participation, engaging, participance, ownership interest, partnership interest
    Define meaning of "take": Assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group. ; Any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided and ownership of which is evidenced by a stock certificate.

  3. Translate "take" to Spanish: borderé
    English Synonyms of "take": quantity collected at one time, take as used in Chile, takings

  4. Translate "take" to Spanish: prendimiento
    English Synonyms of "take": take after transplanting

Verb Conjugation for "take"
Gerund: taking

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Conceptually-related expressions of "take"
a doctor's mistake the grave will take
airplane take-off
as I take it
be able to take care of oneself
be on the take
be slow to take effect
be something to take advantage of
be took
bit of give and take
clearance for take off
company take-over
conventional power take-off
cut a take
cut a take on
cutaneous take rate
do a double take
do not take long to
double take
double-take
electric power take-off
engine depending power take-off
first party to take action
fluid power take-off
front power take-off
gear-depending power take-off
get down and take cover
give and take
give-and-take
give and take
give-and-take agreement
give-and-take process
give-and-takes
ground-depending power take-off
ground-independent power take-off
ground-speed power take-off
hard to take
hasten to take
have what it takes
hot take
however much it takes
I definitely don't like it but I'll definitely take it
I have no anchor and go where the wind takes me
impossible to take down
independent power take-off
jet-assisted take-off
kick ass and take names
lateral power take-off
live power take-off
look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves
main power take-off
no matter how much it takes
of give and take
on a give and take basis
on-the-take
piss-take
place where athletic displays and games take place
place where the open-air drinking session takes place
power take-off
power take-off guard
power take-off power
power take off shaft
power take-off sprayer
pretend not to take notice of
procedure to take up office
public place where addicts regularly gather to deal in drugs and to take injections
put and take
quick to take offense
rear power take-off
red sun in the morning sailors take warning
require to take action
reverse take-over
room where narcotics addicts and users gather to take drugs
secondary power take-off
semi-independent power take-off
side power take-off
sit up and and take notice
sit up and take notice
squatter take-over
standard power at power take-off
standard power take-off
standard speed power take-off
sustained speed power take-off
synchro mesh geared power take-off
take care of the dimes and the dollars will take care of themselves
take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves
take care of your pennies and your dollars will take care of themselves
take long to take effect
the devil take the hindmost
time allowed to take action
tough to take
vertical take-off
virtual room where a chat session takes place
virtual space where the computer network's universe takes place
watch for one's chance to take revenge
water take-off point
what it takes
whatever it takes
when full action really takes place
when the Second Advent takes place
win hands down to take home
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