11 English Phrasal Verbs With Take, Meaning, Example Sentences

11 English Phrasal Verbs With Take, Meaning, Example Sentences

Phrasal Verbs With Take, Meanings and Example Sentences


Take over

to get control

The firm was badly in need of restructuring when he took over.

 

Take on

to accept job or responsibility

Don’t take on more responsibilities than you can handle.

 

Take down

to write on a paper

I can take down the messages that come in.

 

Take after

to resemble sb in appearance

He takes after his uncle.

 

Take up

to begin a new hobby

I’m not very good at voleyball. I only took it up recently.

 

Take off

to begin flight

The plane will take off in four hours.

 

Take in

to comprehend sth

I didn’t take in much of the teacher said.

 

Take out

to remove sth from a place

The dentist has to take out this tooth.




 

Take away

to remove something

The police took away my passport so I can’t travel.

 

Take back

revoke, retrieve, withdraw

I took back my wallet from my wife.

 

take aback

surpriseamazeaddleconfuse

He were at first taken aback, not quite sure what was going on.


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