take in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- કોઈને સાથે લઈ જવું કે લાવવું ⇄ take gujarati
- ખસેડવું ⇄ take gujarati
- ગિરફ્તાર કરવું ⇄ take gujarati
- ઝાલવું ⇄ take gujarati
- દૂર કરવું ⇄ take gujarati
- પકડવું ⇄ take gujarati
- પરિણામકારક – સફળ – થવું ⇄ take gujarati
- મેળવવું ⇄ take gujarati
- વાપરવું ⇄ take gujarati
- વાપરી નાખવું ⇄ take gujarati
- સં પાદન – પ્રાપ્ત – કરવું ⇄ take gujarati
- –ને માટે આવશ્યક હોવું ⇄ take gujarati
- –નો આવશ્યક સાથ કે ભાગ હોવો ⇄ take gujarati
- –નો આવશ્યક હોવું ⇄ take gujarati
- –નો કબજ ો લેવો ⇄ take gujarati
take in Hindi हिन्दी
- अधिकार करना ⇄ take hindi
- क़ब्ज़ा करना ⇄ take hindi
- किराये पर लेना ⇄ take hindi
- ख़याल करना ⇄ take hindi
- गाड़ी पकड़ना ⇄ take hindi
- गोचर करना ⇄ take hindi
- ग्रहण करना ⇄ take hindi
- चुनना ⇄ take hindi
- जगह घेरना ⇄ take hindi
- जीतना ⇄ take hindi
- दबोचना ⇄ take hindi
- निकलाना ⇄ take hindi
- निगलना ⇄ take hindi
- पकड़ना ⇄ take hindi
- पसंद करना ⇄ take hindi
- पाना ⇄ take hindi
- प्राप्त करना ⇄ take hindi
- फंसाना ⇄ take hindi
- फ़यदा उठाना ⇄ take hindi
- बाज़ी जीतना ⇄ take hindi
- मालूम करना ⇄ take hindi
- लगना ⇄ take hindi
- लाभ उठाना ⇄ take hindi
- लीलना ⇄ take hindi
- ले लेना ⇄ take hindi
- लेना ⇄ take hindi
- विचार करना ⇄ take hindi
- समझना ⇄ take hindi
- साथ जाना ⇄ take hindi
- स्थान घेरना ⇄ take hindi
- हासिल करना ⇄ take hindi
take in Marathi मराठी
- आवेध ⇄ take marathi
- उचलणे ⇄ take marathi
- उतरविणे ⇄ take marathi
- खंङिका ⇄ take marathi
- ग्रहण ⇄ take marathi
- ग्रहण करणे ⇄ take marathi
- घेऊन जाणे ⇄ take marathi
- घेणे ⇄ take marathi
- चित्रीकरण खंड ⇄ take marathi
- जीव घेणे ⇄ take marathi
- दलाली घेणे ⇄ take marathi
- नकली ⇄ take marathi
- नकली वस्तू ⇄ take marathi
- प्राशन करणे ⇄ take marathi
- प्रेरणा घेणे ⇄ take marathi
- बनावट तयार करणे ⇄ take marathi
- बहाणा करणे ⇄ take marathi
- भाग ⇄ take marathi
- मावणे ⇄ take marathi
- लागणे ⇄ take marathi
- सेवन करणे ⇄ take marathi
- सोबत नेणे ⇄ take marathi
take in English
- take ⇄ expr. on the take, looking for personal gain, usually by illegal means.
Ex. When you have a police force of more than 26,000 men there are sure to be some who are on the take (New York Times).english
- take ⇄ expr. take (it) amiss, to be offended at (something not intended to be offensive).
Ex. You ... therefore cannot take it amiss that I have never written (Samuel Johnson).english
- take ⇄ expr. take about, to conduct, especially on a round of sightseeing; escort.
Ex. He seems to have taken the ... ladies about a good deal (Annie W. Patterson).english
- take ⇄ expr. take after,
a. to follow (someone's) example.
Ex. His followers all take after him in this particular (Peter Heylin).
b. (Figurative.) to be like; resemble in nature, character, habits, or appearance.
Ex. She takes after henglish
- take ⇄ expr. take against, to take sides against; oppose.
Ex. The barons took against King John and supported the people in their cause.english
- take ⇄ expr. take and, (U.S. Dialect.) to proceed to.
Ex. I'll take and bounce a rock off'n your head (Mark Twain).english
- take ⇄ expr. take apart,
a. to dismantle; remove the parts from.
Ex. He spent the afternoon taking apart his old Model T Ford.
Ex. The reviewer mercilessly took apart the young writer's first novel.english
- take ⇄ expr. take back,
a. to withdraw; retract.
Ex. He refused and so took back his offer to go. I had ... made some complaints of you, but I will take them all back again (Abigail Adams).
b. (Figurative.) to remind of the past.
- take ⇄ expr. take down,
a. to write down (what is said).
Ex. to take down a speech.
b. to pull down; dismantle.
Ex. The circus men took down the tent after the last show.
c. (Figurative.) to lower the pride of; humble.
- take ⇄ expr. take for, to suppose to be.
Ex. to be taken for a fool, to be taken for one's sister.english
- take ⇄ expr. take in,
a. to receive; admit; accept.
Ex. to take in boarders.
b. to do (work) at home for pay.
Ex. to take in laundry.
c. to understand.
Ex. He took in the situation at a glance. Many tragedies on ships andenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take it or leave it, to accept or reject without modification.
Ex. Too many firms adopt a take it or leave it attitude towards overseas customers (Economist).english
- take ⇄ expr. take it out of,
a. (Informal.) to exhaust; fatigue.
Ex. The sort of day that takes it out of a man (May Laffan).
b. to take (something) from a person in compensation; exact satisfaction from.
Ex. If any one steals from me,english
- take ⇄ expr. take it out on, (Informal.) to relieve one's anger or annoyance by scolding or hurting.
Ex. The nice old lady from Missoula, Montana, who gets hot consomme spilled on her ... shoes, doesn't take it out on the waitress (Maclean's).english
- take ⇄ expr. take it,
a. to suppose.
Ex. I take it your own business calls on you (Shakespeare).
b. to accept as true or correct; believe (something told one).
Ex. Take it from me that he means what he says.
c. (Slang.) to endurenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take kindly to, to look favorably upon; be friendly toward.
Ex. Freud took kindly to Rank, ... encouraged him to finish Gymnasium ... and get a Ph.D. (Time).english
- take ⇄ expr. take lying down, (Informal.) to take without a protest.
Ex. He's not going to take this insult lying down.english
- take ⇄ expr. take off,
a. to make a take-off; leave the ground or water.
Ex. Three airplanes took off at the same time. Well over a hundred flights a day wing in from or take off for some foreign port (New York Times).
b. (Informal.) to giveenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take on,
a. to engage; hire.
Ex. The large manufacturers are ... taking on a considerable number of hands (Examiner).
b. to undertake to deal with.
Ex. to take on an opponent.
c. to acquire.
Ex. to take on theenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take one out of oneself, to distract from inner worries; divert.
Ex. A drive in the country will take her out of herself.english
- take ⇄ expr. take one tardy, (Obsolete.) to surprise in a crime, fault, error, or the like; detect; catch.
Ex. He took her tardy with a plain lie (Nicolas Udall).english
- take ⇄ expr. take one up on, (Informal.) to accept.
Ex. He invited me to dinner and I took him up on it.english
- take ⇄ expr. take out,
a. to remove.
Ex. to take a book out, to take out a stain.
b. to apply for and obtain (a license, patent, or other privilege).
Ex. The Bishops were obliged to take out new commissions from the King ... for holdinenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take over,
a. to take the ownership or control of.
Ex. The company was formed ... for the purpose of taking over the business ... carried on by the plaintiff (Law Reports).
b. to adopt; take up.
Ex. He had taken over fromenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take to,
a. to form a liking for; become fond of.
Ex. Good students take to books. That ""instant"" coffee so many hurried housewives are taking to lately is exerting a heavy impact (Wall Street Journal).
b. to adopt; take up.english
- take ⇄ expr. take up with, (Informal.) to begin to associate or be friendly with.
Ex. He takes up with younger folks, Who for his wine will bear his jokes (Jonathan Swift).english
- take ⇄ expr. take up,
a. to soak up; absorb.
Ex. A sponge takes up liquid.
b. to begin; undertake.
Ex. to take up the conversation, to take up residence, to take up law. He took up piano lessons in the summer.
c. to tighten, espenglish
- take ⇄ expr. take upon oneself, to assume as one's duty or obligation.
Ex. This militia must take upon itself to distribute such food as there was (Edmund Wilson).english
- take ⇄ noun 1. the act of taking.
2. the fact of being taken.
Ex. Sometimes there is no ""take"" on the first vaccination, and it is assumed that the child is immune (Sidonie M. Gruenberg).
3. that which is taken.
4. (Slang.) receiptsenglish
- take ⇄ take, verb, took,taken,taking,noun. english
- take ⇄ v.i. 1. to catch hold; lay hold.
Ex. The fire has taken.
2. (Informal.) to become.
Ex. He took sick.
3. to lessen; remove something; detract.
Ex. The billboards take away from the scenery. Her paleness takes from her beautenglish
- take ⇄ v.t. 1. to lay hold of; grasp.
Ex. A little child takes its mother's hand in walking.
2a. to seize; capture.
Ex. to take a fortress, to take someone prisoner.
b. to catch; snare.
Ex. Wild animals are taken in traps.