take [teyk] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||verb|
|Definition:||accept, adopt; use|
|Synonyms:||accommodate, admit, appropriate, assume, be aware of, behave, bring, deal with, delight in, do, effect, enjoy, enter upon, execute, exercise, exert, experience, function, give access, have, include, let in, like, luxuriate in, make, observe, operate, perform, play, practice, put in practice, react, receive, relish, sense, serve, take in, treat, undertake, utilize, welcome, work|
|Antonyms:||disallow, refuse, reject|
|Category:||1. Simple voluntary action|
do, perform, execute; achieve (complete); transact, enact; commit, perpetrate, inflict; exercise, prosecute, carry on, work, practice, play., employ oneself, ply one's task; officiate, have in hand (business) [more]; labor; be at work; pursue a course; shape one's course (conduct) [more]., act, operate; take action, take steps; strike a blow, lift a finger, stretch forth one's hand; take in hand (undertake); put oneself in motion; put in practice; carry into execution (complete); act upon., be an actor; take a part in, act a part in, play a part in, perform a part in; participate in; have a hand in, have a finger in the pie; have to do with; be a party to, be a participator in; bear a hand, lend a hand; pull an oar, run in a race; mix oneself up with (meddle)., be in action; come into operation (power at work).
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