Phrasal Verbs With TAKE in English

English Phrasal Verbs With TAKE, definitions and example sentences, take after, take back, take off, take on, take down, take against, take in, take away, take over, take apart;

phrasal verbs with take in english



Take after sb

Definitions;

to resemble somebody

Example Sentence;

Your son doesn’t take after  you in any way.

 

Take sth back

Definitions;

to return sth to its first place

Example Sentence;

I went to the library and took the books back.

 

Take off

Definitions;

to start flying

Example Sentence;

The plane will take off in a minute.

 

Take on

Definitions;

to accept

Example Sentence;

Don’t take on more than you can handle.

 

Take down

Definitions;

to remove sth from a high position

Example Sentence;

Take down this book and read slowly.

 


Take against

Definitions;

to start to dislike

Example Sentence;

Why have you suddenly taken against her?

 

Take in

Definitions;

to allow sb to stay in your home

Example Sentence;

My house is full; I can’t take in any more guests.

 

Take away

Definitions;

to remove sth/sb from

Example Sentence;

Take away the glasses and the tray.

 

Take over

Definitions;

to get control of sth

Example Sentence;

He can take over the business when I’m away.

 

Take apart

Definitions;

to seperate sth into parts

Example Sentence;

This crib takes apart for easy storage.

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