Dostum will take Sheberghan.
We take out key infrastructure.
Such is how we take (1), for example.
"Those who are on the right take chloroquine.
Yes, and you can take out twice the usual amount.
We will take anyone that you want us to take.
Their welfare must take priority over any editorial requirements.
For this reason, take it at a time that works best with your schedule.”
Ali’s funeral will take place on Thursday and Friday in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.
“It might feel a little selfish, but you can’t take care of him if you can’t take care of yourself.
“It will take 208 years to close major gender gaps in the United States — but this should only take a few minutes.”
Germany – which had originally pledged to take 150 child refugees – announced on Monday that it was in talks to take more families.
One can divide theories of propositions into those that take them to be structured entities and those that take them to be unstructured entities.
We take plant protein, like soy and pea, we take fats like coconut fat, we take natural colors and flavors, and instead of mixing them together, we make three separate products.
“So what we really wanted to do was actually take a more responsible, pragmatic and open and honest approach to it because people do take drugs, they don’t just take them at festivals and nightclubs.
Premier Daniel Andrews told reporters on Thursday afternoon that the levy would take effect some time in 2020, but that it would take some time for the government to establish what form it would take.
Take turns with your partner or find a way to put on headphones and listen to music, take a walk around the block, take a momentary time out in the next room, steal 10 minutes and take a free exercise or meditation class online.
"We did everything we possibly could to try and get a result, we didn't take a backwards step and I would like to think the players will take great confidence from the levels they can perform at and if we take that into our league schedules, we'll win games."
Dr George also told the BBC children should be able to take sick days for mental health, adding if "you've been able to take time when you needed to, you're probably more likely to not only be academically successful but take care of yourself physically as well".
“The responsibility that they have is not to lead the charge to take a hill, but rather to offer advice and assistance to those local forces about the best way they can organize their efforts to take the fight to ISIL or to take the hill inside of Syria,” he said.
- the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
- carry out
Example: take action
- require (time or space)
- the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
- take somebody somewhere
- get into one's hands, take physically
Example: Take a cookie!
- take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
- interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression
- take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
- take into one's possession
- travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route
Example: He takes the bus to work
- pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
Example: Take any one of these cards
- receive willingly something given or offered
- assume, as of positions or roles
- take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
Example: Take the case of China
- require as useful, just, or proper
Example: It takes nerve to do what she did
- experience or feel or submit to
Example: Take a test
- make a film or photograph of something
Example: take a scene
- remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
- serve oneself to, or consume regularly
- accept or undergo, often unwillingly
- make use of or accept for some purpose
Example: take a risk
- conquer by force
- occupy or take on
- admit into a group or community
- ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial
Example: take a pulse
- be a student of a certain subject
- take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
- head into a specified direction
- point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
- be seized or affected in a specified way
Example: take sick
- have with oneself; have on one's person
Example: She always takes an umbrella
- engage for service under a term of contract
- receive or obtain regularly
Example: We take the Times every day
- buy, select
Example: I'll take a pound of that sausage
- to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort
Example: take shelter from the storm
- have sex with; archaic use
Example: He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable
- lay claim to; as of an idea
- be designed to hold or take
Example: This surface will not take the dye
- be capable of holding or containing
Example: This box won't take all the items
- develop a habit
- proceed along in a vehicle
- obtain by winning
Example: Winner takes all
- be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness
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