take verb (takes, taking, took /, has taken ) எடு,
1to move something or go with somebody to another place:
- Take your coat with you – it’s cold.
- Mark took me to the station.
Look at the note at bring.
2to put your hand round something and hold it:
- Take this money – it’s yours.
- She took my hand and led me outside.
3to remove something from a place or a person, often without asking them:
- Somebody has taken my bike.
4to eat or drink something:
- Don’t forget to take your medicine.
5to agree to have something; to accept something:
- If you take my advice you’ll forget all about him.
6to need an amount of time:
- The journey took four hours.
- It takes a long time to learn a language.
7to travel in a bus, train, etc.:
- I took a taxi to the hospital.
take after somebody to be or look like an older member of your family:
- She takes after her mother.
take something away to remove somebody or something:
- I took the scissors away from the child.
take something down to write something that somebody says:
- He took down my address.
take off When a plane takes off, it leaves the ground and starts to fly. opposite land
take something off
1to remove clothes from your body:
- Take off your coat.
opposite put something on
2to have time as a holiday, not working:
- I am taking a week off in June.
take over, take something over to get control of something or look after something when another person stops:
- Robert took over the business when his father died.
take up something to use or fill time or space:
- The bed takes up half the room.
- The new baby takes up all her time.
|take : எடுத்தல்|
|take in ஏமாற்று|
|take off கிளம்பு|
|take rest ஓய்வெடு|
|take leave விடைபெறு|
|take rest இளைப்பாறு|
|take it in உள்வாங்கு|
|take place , நடைபெறு|
|take a break ஓய்வு எடு|
|take : எடுக்கப்பட்ட அளவு|
|take எடு , எடுத்துக்கோ|
|take back திரும்பப் பெறு|
|take away அப்புறப்படுத்து|
|take care பார்த்துக்கொள்|
|take off stage , எழு நிலை|