take — взятие



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n ru The or an act of taking.
n ru Something that is taken; a haul.
n ru An interpretation or view, opinion or assessment; perspective.
What's your take on this issue, Fred?
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n ru An approach, a (distinct) treatment.
a new take on a traditional dish
n ru A scene recorded (filmed) at one time, without an interruption or break; a recording of such a scene.
Act seven, scene three, take two.
It's a take.
n ru A recording of a musical performance made during an uninterrupted single recording period.
n ru A visible (facial) response to something, especially something unexpected; a facial gesture in response to an event.
I did a take when I saw the new car in the driveway.
did a double-take and then a triple-take
n ru An instance of successful inoculation/vaccination.
n ru A catch of the ball (in cricket, especially one by the wicket-keeper).
n ru The quantity of copy given to a compositor at one time.
v ru To get into one's hands, possession or control, with or without force.
I'll take that plate off the table.
They took Charlton's gun from his cold, dead hands.
v ru To receive or accept (something) (especially something given or bestowed, awarded, etc).
The camera takes 35mm film.
took bribes
took third place
v ru To remove.
take two eggs from the carton
v ru To have sex with.
v ru To defeat (someone or something) in a fight.
Don't try to take that guy. He's bigger than you.
The woman guarding us looks like a professional, but I can take her!
v ru To grasp or grip.
He took her hand in his.
v ru To select or choose; to pick.
I'll take the blue plates.
I'll take two sugars in my coffee, please.
She took the best men with her and left the rest to garrison the city.
Take whichever bag you like.
v ru To adopt (select) as one's own.
She took his side in every argument.
take a stand on the important issues
v ru To carry or lead (something or someone).
I'll take the plate with me.
She took her sword with her everywhere she went.
v ru To use as a means of transportation.
He took the bus to London, and then took a train to Manchester.
He's 96 but he still takes the stairs.
I took a plane.
take the ferry
v ru To visit; to include in a course of travel.
v ru To obtain for use by payment or lease.
He took a full-page ad in the Times.
She took a condo at the beach for the summer.
v ru To consume.
v ru To experience, undergo, or endure.
v ru To cause to change to a specified state or condition.
He had to take it apart to fix it.
She took down her opponent in two minutes.
v ru To regard in a specified way.
He took the news badly.
v ru To conclude or form (a decision or an opinion) in the mind.
took a dim view of city officials
took the decision to close its last remaining outlet
v ru To understand (especially in a specified way).
Don't take my comments as an insult.
if she took my meaning
v ru To accept or be given (rightly or wrongly); assume (especially as if by right).
He took all the credit for the project, although he had done almost none of the work.
She took the blame, in the public's eyes, although the debacle was more her husband's fault than her own.
v ru To believe, to accept the statements of.
take her word for it
take him at his word
v ru To assume or suppose; to reckon; to regard or consider.
Do you take me for a fool?
Do you take me to be stupid?
He was often taken to be a man of means.
I took him to be a person of honor.
Looking at him as he came into the room, I took him for his father.
take it from her comments she won't be there.
v ru To draw, derive, or deduce (a meaning from something).
I'm not sure what moral to take from that story.
v ru To derive (as a title); to obtain from a source.
"As I Lay Dying" takes its title from Book XI of Homer's "Odyssey"
v ru To catch or contract (an illness, etc).
took a chill
v ru To come upon or catch (in a particular state or situation).
v ru To captivate or charm; to gain or secure the interest or affection of.
took her attention
took her fancy
v ru (of a material) To absorb or be impregnated by (dye, ink, etc); to be susceptible to being treated by (polish, etc).
cloth that takes dye well
paper that takes ink
the leather that takes a certain kind of polish
v ru (of a ship) To let in (water).
v ru To require.
Finishing this on schedule will take a lot of overtime.
It takes a while to get used to the smell.
Looks like it's gonna take a taller person to get that down.
v ru To proceed to fill.
He took a seat in the front row.
v ru To fill, to use up (time or space).
His collection takes a lot of space.
Hunting that whale takes most of his free time.
The trip will take about ten minutes.
v ru To avail oneself of.
He took that opportunity to leave France.
v ru To practice; perform; execute; carry out; do.
Pirès ran in to take the kick.
The kick is taken from where the foul occurred.
The throw-in is taken from the point where the ball crossed the touch-line.
take a trip
take a walk
take action/steps/measures to fight drug abuse
take aim
take the tempo slowly
v ru To assume or perform (a form or role).
v ru To bind oneself by.
he took the oath of office last night
v ru To move into.
the next team took the field
the witness took the stand
v ru To go into, through, or along.
go down two blocks and take the next left
take the path of least resistance
v ru To have and use one's recourse to.
take cover/shelter/refuge
v ru To ascertain or determine by measurement, examination or inquiry.
take a census
take her pulse / temperature / blood pressure
v ru To write down; to get in, or as if in, writing.
He took a mental inventory of his supplies.
She took careful notes.
v ru To make (a photograph, film, or other reproduction of something).
Could you take a picture of us?
She took a video of their encounter.
The police took his fingerprints.
v ru To take a picture, photograph, etc of (a person, scene, etc).
The photographer will take you sitting down.
to take a group/scene
v ru To obtain money from, especially by swindling.
took me for ten grand
v ru (now chiefly by enrolling in a class or course) To apply oneself to the study of.
As a child, she took ballet.
I plan to take math, physics, literature and flower arrangement this semester.
v ru To deal with.
take matters as they arise
v ru To consider in a particular way, or to consider as an example.
I've had a lot of problems recently: take last Monday, for example. My car broke down on the way to work. Then ... etc.
v ru To decline to swing at (a pitched ball); to refrain from hitting at, and allow to pass.
He'll probably take this one.
v ru To accept as an input to a relation.
v ru To get or accept (something) into one's possession.
My husband and I have a dysfunctional marriage. He just takes and takes; he never gives.
v ru To engage, take hold or have effect.
v ru To become; to be affected in a specified way.
She took sick with the flu.
They took ill within 3 hours.
v ru (possibly obsolete) To be able to be accurately or beautifully photographed.
v ru An intensifier.
v ru To deliver, bring, give (something) to (someone).
v ru (obsolete outside dialectal and slang) To give or deliver (a blow, to someone); to strike or hit.
He took me a blow on the head.

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