Definition To take place

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Definition

to take place: to happen, to occur
verb
Our annual meeting takes place in San Francisco. It's a great location!

Examples

  • "Thelma Fudd : My accident took place in the local supermarket."
  • "In case you were wondering, I'm still not going to tell you where our team-building weekend will be taking place."
  • "Located in a secret offshore location to cut costs and hurt the global economy, your rehabilitation takes place entirely online."
  • "Remember: on the Musical Store hotline, all conversations take place in song!"
  • "The celebration of their love will take place on Friday, the twenty-fifth of August at three o'clock at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 1669 Fudgejunction Road, London, England."
  • "The events took place late last night at a trendy bar in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood, where witnesses reported seeing an altercation between two men arguing over the television program being shown."
  • "In today's program we are going to take a special visit to the offices of the Delavigne Corporation where an amazing experiment is taking place."
  • "Ideally this would take place in L."
  • "The baptism will be taking place this Thursday at St."
  • "This year's International Cosmetics Trade Show is taking place in Sydney, as I'm sure you know."

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