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Correct spelling: take

Definition of take:

  1. Amount received or caught.
  2. To get hold or gain possession of; to receive what is offered; to lay hold of; to receive; to catch; to seize; to make prisoner; to captivate; to entrap; to understand; to employ; to agree to; to swallow; to choose; to endure; to assume; to allow; to rent or hire; to copy. To take away, to deprive of, to take care, to be solicitous for; to be cautious. To take care of, to have the charge of. To take a course, to resort to. To take down, to bring lower; to pull down; to write. To take from, to deprive of; to subtract; to detract. To take heed, to be careful. To take hold, to fix on. To take in, to in- close; to comprise; to furl; to cheat or deceive; to admit. To lake in hand, to undertake. To take notice, to observe; to make remark upon. To take oath, to swear with solemnity. To take off, to remove; to cut off; to destroy; to withdraw; to swallow; to copy; to imitate; to mimic. To take out, to remove. To take part, to share; to side. To take place, to come to pass. To take root, to live and grow, as a plant. To take up, to raise; to buy or borrow; to engross; to occupy; to arrest; to adopt; to collect. To take up arms, to begin war. To take the field, to encamp. To take upon, to assume. To take to heart, to be sensibly affected by. To take advantage of, to catch by surprise. To take leave, to bid adien. To take breath, to rest.
  3. To move or direct the course; to betake one's self; to please; to gain reception; to have the intended or natural effect. To take after, to learn to follow. To take in with, to resort to. To take for, to mistake. To take on, to be violently affected. To take to, to be fond of; to resort to. To take up with, to be contented to receive. To take with, to please.

Common misspellings for take:

takin, takw, tqke, taki, takew.


Google Ngram Viewer results for take:

This graph shows how "take" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for take:

  1. I think they will take it so; I'm sure I should. –  by
  2. O, don't take me back! –  by
  3. Come, take me to her. –  by

Quotes for take:

  1. Roosevelt's magic lay in one facet of his personality: He knew how to take the risk. No other man in public life I knew could so readily take the challenge of the new.
  2. For me it came from the material. It was so well written and brought the opportunity to work with great actors. And of course the opportunity to 'mince about' was an added element that I wanted to take advantage of!
  3. Music is God's gift to man, the only art of Heaven given to earth, the only art of earth we take to Heaven.
  4. I realized some of the pitfalls of being well -known; it was nice if you were successful, but it made it just that much harder to take when you failed.
  5. So, it's a matter of that I want to take our music around the globe.

Rhymes for take:

  1. ache, bake, blake, brake, break, cake, drake, fake, flake, hake, lake, make, quake, rake, sake, shake, snake, stake, steak, wake, ake, haik, naik, shaik, spake, jake, jacque, paik;
  2. awake, forsake, mistake, opaque, partake, remake, retake;