Ngoại động từ .took; .taken
(không dùng trong các thời tiếp diễn) trừ vào; trừ di, trích ra
Mang, mang theo, đem, đem theo, đem đi; đem vội
Đi theo đường
Vượt, qua, di quanh
Thí nghiệm, đo lường; đo
Đòi hỏi, cần có, yêu cầu, phải
Chịu, chấp nhận (một trách nhiệm..)
( (thường) không dùng trong các thời tiếp diễn) chịu được, chịu đựng được
( (thường) không dùng trong các thời tiếp diễn) nhận (ai) làm khách hàng (bệnh nhân, người thuê..)
Được cấp, nhận được (một văn bằng)
(không dùng trong các thời tiếp diễn) để chở, chứa được
Mua thường xuyên, mua dài hạn (báo, tạp chí...)
Vượt qua, đi tới, nhảy vào; trốn tránh
Rút ra, lấy ra
(không dùng trong các thời tiếp diễn) hiểu, giải thích (cái gì theo một cách riêng biệt)
Nội động từ
Thành công, được ưa thích
Cấu trúc từ
- mang theo, đem theo
- Tôi sẽ mang theo cuốn sách này với tôi
- mời vào, đưa vào, dẫn vào, đem vào (người dàn bà mình sẽ ngồi cạnh ở bàn tiệc)
- Mua dài hạn (báo chí...)
- Gồm có, bao gồm
- Lừa phỉnh, lừa gạt, cho vào tròng, cho vào bẫy
- Nhổ đi, xoá bỏ, làm mất tích
- Nuốt chửng, nốc, húp sạch
- Bớt, giảm (giá...)
- Bắt chước; nhái, giễu
- (thể dục,thể thao) giậm nhảy
- (hàng không) cất cánh
- khởi sắc,thành công tốt đẹp
- Nhận vào làm, thuê, mướn (người làm...)
- Dọn đi tiếp
- (thông tục) choáng váng, xúc động mạnh, bị kích thích; làm hoảng lên
- đưa ra, dẫn ra ngoài
- Nhận được, được cấp, được phát (bằng, giấy phép, giấy đăng ký...)
- chuyển, chở, đưa, dẫn qua (đường, sông...)
- nhặt, cầm lên, lượm lên; đưa lên, dẫn lên, mang lên
- Tiếp tục (một công việc bỏ dở...)
- Chọn (một nghề); đảm nhiệm, gánh vác (một công việc)
- Thu hút, choán, chiếm (thời gian, tâm trí...)
- Ngắt lời (ai...)
- Đề cập đến, xét đến, bàn đến (một vấn đề)
- Vặn chặt (chỗ jơ); căng (dây cáp)
Đồng nghĩa Tiếng Anh
Grip, seize, grasp, clasp, get, get or take hold of, grab,snatch, clutch, catch, capture, obtain, lay hold of, lay (one's)hands on, procure, acquire, gain (possession of), takepossession of, secure, win, carry off, abduct, Colloq nab: Thepolice took him into custody. He takes what he can get. When itcomes to ineptitude, Sue certainly takes the prize. 2 pick,select, choose, opt for, settle or decide or fasten on or upon:When you get to the fork, take the road to the left.
Appropriate, arrogate, extract, carry off or away, steal,purloin, pilfer, filch, palm, rob, shoplift, pocket, remove,walk off or away with, run or make off or away with; embezzle,misappropriate, peculate; plagiarize, pirate; Colloq lift,swipe, snitch, Chiefly Brit pinch, nick, Slang knock off, hook,rip off, liberate, US boost, crook: They took what didn'tbelong to them.
Reserve, book, engage; hire, rent, lease: Hetook a room in a small hotel, where he began to write detectivefiction. 5 acquire, get, adopt; assume, derive, obtain, draw,receive, inherit: He has taken his bad manners from you. Thefilm takes its title from the book. 6 accept, receive, bear,withstand, stand, endure, weather, tolerate, abide, brave, gothrough, undergo, suffer, submit to, swallow, Colloq put upwith, brook, stomach, Brit stick: She took the news aboutLeon's relapse quite well. I have taken quite enough from youalready. 7 assume, bear, undertake, adopt, arrogate;acknowledge, accept: Kevin took full responsibility for themistake.
Believe, think, judge, deem, hold, feel; take for,assess (as), consider (as), regard (as), view (as), accept(for): I take people to be honest till proven otherwise. Shetook him for a fool when they first met. 9 carry, convey, bear,transport, bring, deliver, ferry; haul, cart: Will this traintake me to Aylesbury? They took the bicycle to Old Lyme in avan. 10 take up, study, be involved or occupied in or with,apply oneself to, learn; read, Colloq tackle: I cannot believethat Doreen is taking home economics. He took a course in carmaintenance. 11 prove or be effective or efficacious oroperative or functional, take effect, take hold, operate,function, work, perform, Colloq do the trick: If the transplantfails to take, the doctors will have to operate again. 12 exact,extract, get: She took revenge by denying him certainprivileges.
Swallow, eat, consume, ingest, devour, gulpdown, gobble up or down, wolf, bolt; drink, imbibe, quaff;inhale: Rudolf takes pills of every conceivable colour. Thedoctor said I could take a wee nip now and then. Sonya steppedout to take a breath of fresh air. 14 subtract, deduct, remove,take away, take from, take off: Take three from five. Five,take away two, leaves three. It's cheaper when you've taken offthe discount. 15 end, terminate, annihilate, wipe out; kill:The assault on Leningrad took tens of thousands of lives. TheLord giveth and the Lord taketh away. 16 require, demand, need,necessitate, call for: Remember, it takes two to tango. It tookhim two years to complete the fresco. It takes six to sail hisyawl. 17 hold, contain, accommodate, accept, fit in: Thisstorage bin cannot take anything else, it's completely full.
Convey, lead, conduct; escort, convoy, guide, accompany: Thisroad takes you directly to the yacht club. He asked to be takento the manager's office. 19 understand, gather, interpret,perceive, apprehend, deduce, conclude, infer, judge, deem,assume, suppose, imagine, see: I take it from your expressionthat you've had bad news.
Use, employ, make use of, establish, put in(to)place, adopt, put into effect, effect, apply; resort to, haverecourse to, turn to: The police have taken measures to ensurethat it doesn't happen again. 22 clear, get or go over or pastor round or through: Browning's Delight took the last jumpeasily. He must have taken that corner at 90! 23 experience,entertain, feel: She seemed to take an instant dislike to me.24 express, voice, raise, put forth: I hope you will not takeobjection or exception to what I am about to tell you. 25 causeor make or induce or drive or persuade (someone) to go or be:What takes you to M laga in August?
Bilk, cheat, swindle, defraud, Colloq con, Britfiddle: When he examined his wallet he realized he'd beentaken.
Take after.a resemble, look like, be the spitting image or the spit andimage of, favour, remind one of, Colloq be a chip off the oldblock: He takes after his grandfather. b Sometimes, take offafter. chase, follow, run after, pursue: When the man stole thenewspaper and ran, the shopkeeper took after him at a gallop. 30take back. retract, withdraw, recant, disavow, repudiate: Henow wants to take back what he said about you.
Take down. anote, make a note or memo or memorandum of, write down, record,put or set down, put in writing, document, transcribe,chronicle: Please take down what I am about to tell you. bdebase, deflate, lower, diminish, belittle, depreciate,deprecate, humble, humiliate, shame, disparage, degrade,disgrace: She certainly took that pompous ass down a peg ortwo.
Take in. a accommodate, receive, let in, quarter,board, lodge: When her children grew up and left home, shedecided to take in lodgers. b deceive, fool, trick, impose upon,overcharge, cheat, mulct, defraud, cozen, bilk, dupe, gull,hoodwink, swindle, Colloq bamboozle, con, pull the wool over(someone's) eyes, Slang Brit do: He was really taken in by thattime-share deal. c include, subsume, embrace, comprise, cover,encompass, contain: Our sales figures take in all of NorthAmerica, not just Canada.
Take it. a withstand or tolerateor survive punishment or abuse, survive: The Marines areextremely tough and can take it. b See 20, above.
Take off.a remove, doff, strip or peel off, discard, divest (oneself) of:Take off your hat in the house. b satirize, lampoon,caricature, mock, parody, travesty, burlesque, mimic, imitate,Colloq spoof, Brit send up: It is not always easy to take offmembers of the Cabinet. c depart, leave, go (away), decamp; flyoff, become airborne, lift off, blast off; Colloq skedaddle,make (oneself) scarce, Slang hit the road, scram, beat it,split: You'd better take off before they find you here. Theplane is due to take off at 18.35. 35 take on. a hire, engage,employ, enrol, enlist, retain: We are so busy that we havetaken on ten new people. b challenge, rival, face, contendagainst, oppose, match or pit (oneself) against, vie with,fight: Are you in any condition to take on the champion? cassume, accept, undertake, tackle: You might be taking on morethan you bargained for.
Take out. entertain, escort, inviteout; court, woo: He took her out to dinner at a Chineserestaurant.
Take over. assume or take or usurp or gaincontrol or possession or command of: A huge conglomerate istrying to take over our company.
Take to. a like, findpleasant or pleasing, feel affection or liking or affinity for,find suitable: We took to each other the very first time wemet. He took to computers as a duck takes to water. b leave ordepart or take off for, run for, head for, flee to, make for:When the attack came, the villagers took to the hills.
=====Takeup. a pick up, accept, agree to, acquiesce to, accede to: Shetook up his offer, and they've been married for forty years. bassume, resume, carry on, continue, go on with, follow on with,pick up: After a pause, he took up the thread of the story oncemore. c espouse, embrace, become interested or involved in,support, sponsor, advocate: She took up the cause of women'srights at her age? d occupy, cover, use (up), fill (up):Bernard's exercise equipment now takes up half the living-room.e deal with, treat, consider, bring up, raise: Next week ourpanellists will take up the question, 'Who benefits fromeducation?'
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