Take

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Definition

to take someone (somewhere): to lead, to show someone (somewhere)
verb
This is an irregular verb:
I take someone / I took / I have taken

to take (something, time): to acquire, to bring, to choose (something); to consume, to demand (time)
verb

to take a break: to relax, to pause from an activity
idiom

Examples

  • "Harold : This is the longest elevator ride I ever took in my life!"
  • "There's bandits out there trying to take my gold."
  • "If you fix it, I'll take you back home to San Francisco."
  • "Only a man would take you to such an awful place."
  • "Edward : Thanks for taking me out mining with you, Daddy."
  • "I'll take your apathy."
  • "Say, Daddy, do you think you could take me gold mining with you?"
  • "Gonna take you right into the danger zone"
  • "Here, take these disco trousers."
  • "Yesterday, Shoshana and Youri took me to the National Museum of Kalackistani History."

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