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take
[teɪk] [teɪk]

  • vt. 拿,取;采取;接受(礼物等);买,花费;耗费(时间等)
  • vi. 拿;获得
  • n. 捕获量;看法;利益,盈益;(入场券的)售得金额

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  拿走

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  花费

谁有仁爱英语七年级上册的单词或者教学视频。。。。 ... may 可以;也许,可能 take 拿;拿走;乘坐;花费;服用;携带 order 订货单;订购,(点)一份菜 ...

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  拿到

同等学力英语高频词汇35天速记连载十六 ... take vt. 拿到,带到;耗费(时间) take up (the struggle) 从事(斗争) // take away 拿 off 脱下(衣、帽、鞋等),起飞 // take on 呈现 // ...

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短语

take off 起飞 ; 脱下 ; 拿走 ; 脱掉

take care 小心 ; 当心 ; 注意

take on 呈现 ; 承担 ; 具有 ; 接受

take over 接管 ; 借用 ; 接受 ; 接办

take up 占去 ; 开始从事 ; 占据 ; 拿起

take charge 开始管理 ; 掌管 ; 管理 ; 接管

take for 误认为 ; 认为 ; 当作 ; 误以为

long take 长镜头

take after 与相像 ; 仿效 ; 相像 ; 像

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  • 获得财产:
  • (种牛痘)发痘;成功的预防注射
  • (按照规则)有;与(某种形式、音调、格、语气等)连用:
  • (击球手)放过球不打
    (击球手)不击(掷过来的好球)而过:
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take

  • n.
    • the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

      同义词: return issue takings proceeds yield payoff

    • the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
  • v.
    • carry out

      "take action"; " take steps"; " take vengeance"

    • require (time or space)

      同义词: occupy use up

    • take somebody somewhere

      "can you take me to the main entrance?"

      同义词: lead direct conduct guide

    • get into one's hands, take physically

      "Can you take this bag, please"

      同义词: get hold of

    • take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect

      同义词: assume acquire adopt take on

    • interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression

      "How should I take this message?"; " You can't take credit for this!"

      同义词: read

    • take something or somebody with oneself somewhere

      同义词: bring convey

    • take into one's possession

      "I'll take three salmon steaks"

    • require as useful, just, or proper

      "It takes nerve to do what she did"

      同义词: necessitate ask postulate need require involve call for demand

    • pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives

      同义词: choose select pick out

    • travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route

      "He takes the bus to work"; " She takes Route 1 to Newark"

    • receive willingly something given or offered

      同义词: accept have

    • assume, as of positions or roles

      同义词: fill

    • take into consideration for exemplifying purposes

      同义词: consider deal look at

    • experience or feel or submit to
    • make a film or photograph of something

      "take a scene"

      同义词: film shoot

    • remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract

      "take the gun from your pocket"

      同义词: remove take away withdraw

    • serve oneself to, or consume regularly

      "I don't take sugar in my coffee"

      同义词: consume ingest take in have

    • accept or undergo, often unwillingly

      同义词: undergo submit

    • make use of or accept for some purpose

      "take a risk"; " take an opportunity"

      同义词: accept

    • take by force
    • occupy or take on

      同义词: assume strike take up

    • admit into a group or community

      同义词: accept admit take on

    • ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial

      "take a pulse"; " A reading was taken of the earth's tremors"

    • be a student of a certain subject

      同义词: learn study read

    • take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs

      同义词: claim exact

    • head into a specified direction

      同义词: make

    • aim or direct at; as of blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment

      同义词: aim train take aim direct

    • be seized or affected in a specified way

      "take sick"; " be taken drunk"

    • have with oneself; have on one's person

      "She always takes an umbrella"

      同义词: carry pack

    • engage for service under a term of contract

      "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"

      同义词: lease rent hire charter engage

    • receive or obtain by regular payment

      "We take the Times every day"

      同义词: subscribe subscribe to

    • buy, select

      "I'll take a pound of that sausage"

    • to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort

      "take shelter from the storm"

    • have sex with; archaic use

      "He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"

      同义词: have

    • lay claim to; as of an idea

      同义词: claim

    • be designed to hold or take

      "This surface will not take the dye"

      同义词: accept

    • be capable of holding or containing

      "This box won't take all the items"

      同义词: contain hold

    • develop a habit
    • proceed along in a vehicle

      同义词: drive

    • obtain by winning

      "Winner takes all"

    • be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness

      同义词: contract get

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 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

  USED WITH NOUNS DESCRIBING ACTIONS

take /teɪk/ CET4 TEM4 ( taking, took, taken, takes )

  • 1. 

    V-T You can use take followed by a noun to talk about an action or event, when it would also be possible to use the verb that is related to that noun. For example, you can say "she took a shower" instead of "she showered." 后接名词描述动作或事件

    例:

    She was too tired to take a shower.

    她累得不想淋浴了。

    例:

    Betty took a photograph of us.

    贝蒂给我们拍了一张照片。

  • 2. 

    V-T In ordinary spoken or written English, people use take with a range of nouns instead of using a more specific verb. For example, people often say "he took control" or "she took a positive attitude" instead of "he assumed control" or "she adopted a positive attitude." 与许多名词连用,代替更具体的动词

    例:

    The Patriotic Front took power after a three-month civil war.

    爱国阵线经过3个月的内战后夺取了政权。

    例:

    I felt it was important for women to join and take a leading role.

    我感觉妇女参与并担任领导角色很重要。

  OTHER USES

take /teɪk/ ( taking, took, taken, takes )

  • V-T

  • 1. 

    V-T If you take something, you reach out for it and hold it. 拿

    例:

    Here, let me take your coat.

    来,我帮你拿大衣。

    例:

    Colette took her by the shoulders and shook her.

    科利特抓住她的双肩,摇晃着她。

  • 2. 

    V-T If you take something with you when you go somewhere, you carry it or have it with you. 随身带着

    例:

    Mark often took his books to Bess's house to study.

    马克经常带着书去贝丝家学习。

    例:

    You should take your passport with you when changing money.

    你换汇时应该带着你的护照。

  • 3. 

    V-T If a person, vehicle, or path takes someone somewhere, they transport or lead them there. 运送; 带领

    例:

    She took me to a Mexican restaurant.

    她带我去了一家墨西哥餐馆。

  • 4. 

    V-T If something such as a job or interest takes you to a place, it is the reason for you going there. (工作或兴趣等) 使某人去

    例:

    He was a poor student from Madras whose genius took him to Stanford.

    他是个来自马德拉斯的穷学生,他的才华使他考上了斯坦福。

  • 5. 

    V-T If you take something such as your problems or your business to someone, you go to that person when you have problems you want to discuss or things you want to buy. 请教 (问题); 洽谈 (生意)

    例:

    You need to take your problems to a trained counsellor.

    你需要向一位训练有素的顾问请教你的问题。

  • 6. 

    V-T If one thing takes another to a particular level, condition, or state, it causes it to reach that level or condition. 使达到 (某种水平或状态)

    例:

    A combination of talent, hard work and good looks have taken her to the top.

    天赋、勤奋和美貌的组合使她成了佼佼者。

  • 7. 

    V-T If you take something from a place, you remove it from there. 拿走

    例:

    He took a handkerchief from his pocket and lightly wiped his mouth.

    他从口袋里拿出一块手帕,轻轻地擦了擦嘴。

  • 8. 

    V-T If you take something from someone who owns it, you steal it or go away with it without their permission. 偷走; 擅自拿走

    例:

    He has taken my money, and I have no chance of getting it back.

    他偷了我的钱,我不可能把它要回来了。

  • 9. 

    V-T If an army or political party takes something or someone, they win them from their enemy or opponent. 夺取

    例:

    A Serb army unit took the town.

    一支塞尔维亚部队夺取了这个镇。

  • 10. 

    V-T If you take one number or amount from another, you subtract it or deduct it. 减去

    例:

    Take off the price of the house, that's another hundred thousand.

    减去房价,又是10万。

  • 11. 

    V-T If you cannot take something difficult, painful, or annoying, you cannot tolerate it without becoming upset, ill, or angry. 忍受 [no passive, usu with brd-neg]

    例:

    Don't ever ask me to look after those kids again. I just can't take it!

    不要再叫我照看那些孩子们了。我简直无法忍受!

  • 12. 

    V-T If you take something such as damage or loss, you suffer it, especially in war or in a battle. (尤指在战争中) 遭受

    例:

    They have taken heavy casualties.

    他们遭受了惨重的伤亡。

  • 13. 

    V-T If something takes a certain amount of time, that amount of time is needed in order to do it. 花费 (时间) [no passive]

    例:

    Since the roads are very bad, the trip took us a long time.

    由于道路很差,这次旅程花费了我们很长时间。

    例:

    I had heard an appeal could take years.

    我已听说一项诉讼可能要花费好几年时间。

    例:

    The sauce takes 25 minutes to prepare and cook.

    从准备到烹制成这种调味汁需要25分钟。

    例:

    It takes 15 minutes to convert the plane into a car by removing the wings and the tail.

    拆除机翼和机尾,把那架飞机改成汽车需要15分钟的时间。

  • 14. 

    V-T If something takes a particular quality or thing, that quality or thing is needed in order to do it. 需要 (某种品质或事物) [no passive]

    例:

    At one time, walking across the room took all her strength.

    曾经有段时间,穿过这个房间得用尽她全部的力气。

    例:

    It takes courage to say what you think.

    说出你的想法需要勇气。

  • 15. 

    V-T If you take something that is given or offered to you, you agree to accept it. 接受

    例:

    When I took the job I thought I could change the system, but it's hard.

    当我接受这份工作时我以为我能改变这种体制,但太难了。

  • 16. 

    V-T If you take a feeling such as pleasure, pride, or delight in a particular thing or activity, it gives you that feeling. 感到

    例:

    They take great pride in their heritage.

    他们为自己的传统感到十分自豪。

  • 17. 

    V-T If you take a prize or medal, you win it. 赢得

    例:

    "Poison" took first prize at the 1991 Sundance Film Festival.

    《毒药》在1991年的圣丹斯电影节上赢得一等奖。

  • 18. 

    V-T If you take the blame, responsibility, or credit for something, you agree to accept it. 承担

    例:

    His brother Raoul did it, but Leonel took the blame and kept his mouth shut.

    莱昂内尔的兄弟拉乌尔做了这件事,但莱昂内尔承担了责任而且对此绝口不提。

  • 19. 

    V-T If you take patients or clients, you accept them as your patients or clients. 接纳

    例:

    Some universities would be forced to take more students than they wanted.

    有些大学将被迫接纳比他们想要的更多的学生。

  • 20. 

    V-T If you take a telephone call, you speak to someone who is telephoning you. 接听 (电话)

    例:

    Douglas telephoned Catherine at her office. She refused to take his calls.

    道格拉斯把电话打到凯瑟琳的办公室。她拒绝接听他的电话。

  • 21. 

    V-T If you take something in a particular way, you react in the way mentioned to a situation or to someone's beliefs or behaviour. (以某种方式) 看待

    例:

    Unfortunately, no one took my opinion seriously.

    不幸的是,没有人严肃地看待我的意见。

  • 22. 

    V-T You use take when you are discussing or explaining a particular question, in order to introduce an example or to say how the question is being considered. 举出… (为例) [usu imper]

    例:

    There's confusion and resentment, and it's almost never expressed out in the open. Take this office, for example.

    混乱和怨恨是存在的,而几乎从没人公开表露出来过。就以这个办公室为例。

  • 23. 

    V-T If you take someone's meaning or point, you understand and accept what they are saying. 理解

    例:

    I had made it as plain as I could so that he could not fail to take my meaning.

    我已经尽我所能地说明白,所以他不会不理解我的意思。

  • 24. 

    V-T If you take someone for something, you believe wrongly that they are that thing. 把…错当成

    例:

    She had taken him for a journalist.

    她把他错当成记者了。

  • 25. 

    V-T If you take a road or route, you choose to travel along it. 选择走 (某条路)

    例:

    From the community college take Old Mill Road to the outskirts of town.

    从社区学院出发,走老磨坊路到达市郊。

  • 26. 

    V-T If you take a car, train, bus, or plane, you use it to go from one place to another. 搭乘

    例:

    It's the other end of town so we should take the car.

    它在城镇的那头,因此我们应该乘车去。

  • 27. 

    V-T If you take a subject or course at school or college, you choose to study it. 选修

    例:

    Students are allowed to take European history and American history.

    学生被允许选修欧洲史和美国史。

  • 28. 

    V-T If you take a test or examination, you do it in order to show your knowledge or ability. 参加 (考试)

    例:

    She took her driving test yesterday.

    她昨天参加了驾照考试。

  • 29. 

    V-T If someone takes drugs, pills, or other medicines, they take them into their body, for example, by swallowing them. 服用

    例:

    She's been taking sleeping pills.

    她一直在服用安眠药。

  • 30. 

    V-T If you take a note or a letter, you write down something you want to remember or the words that someone says. 写下

    例:

    She sat expressionless, carefully taking notes.

    她面无表情地坐着,仔细地记着笔记。

  • 31. 

    V-T If you take a measurement, you find out what it is by measuring. 测量

    例:

    By drilling, geologists can take measurements at various depths.

    通过钻孔,地质学家可以在不同深度测量。

  • 32. 

    V-T If a place or container takes a particular amount or number, there is enough space for that amount or number. 容纳 [no passive]

    例:

    The place could just about take 2,000 people.

    这个地方只能容纳大约两千人。

  • 33. 

    V-T If you take a particular size in shoes or clothes, that size fits you. 穿 (某个尺寸的鞋子或衣服)

    例:

    "What size do you take?"—"I take a size 7."

    “你穿多少号?”—“我穿7号。”

  • 34. 

    N-SING You can use take to refer to the amount of money that a business such as a shop or theatre gets from selling its goods or tickets during a particular period. 营业收入 [美国英语] [商业]

    例:

    It added another $11.8 million to the take, for a grand total of $43 million.

    它又增加了1180万美元的营业收入,总计为4300万美元。

  • 35. 

    V-T If a shop, restaurant, theatre, or other business takes a certain amount of money, they get that amount from people buying goods or services. 赚得 [英国英语] [商业]

    例:

    They plan to take £1.6 billion.

    他们计划要收入16亿美元。

  • 36. 

    V-T If you are taken by someone, you are cheated or deceived by them. 欺骗 [非正式]

    例:

    They got taken by a scam artist.

    他们被一个假冒的艺术家骗了。

  • 37. 

    N-COUNT A take is a short piece of action which is filmed in one continuous process for a movie. (电影中一次连续拍摄的) 镜头

    例:

    She couldn't get it right – she never knew the lines and we had to do several takes.

    她就是做不好–她一直不熟悉台词,我们只好一个镜头拍好几次。

  • 38. 

    N-SING Someone's take on a particular situation or fact is their attitude to it or their interpretation of it. 态度; 解释

    例:

    What's your take on the new government? Do you think it can work?

    你对新政府持什么态度?你认为它能行吗?

  • 39. 

    CONVENTION If you say to someone "take it or leave it," you are telling them that they can accept something or not accept it, but that you are not prepared to discuss any other alternatives. 要么接受,要么走开

    例:

    A 72-hour week, 12 hours a day, six days a week, take it or leave it.

    1周72小时,每天12小时,每周6天,要么接受,要么走开。

  • 40. 

    PHRASE If someone takes an insult or attack lying down, they accept it without protesting. 心甘情愿地忍受

    例:

    The government is not taking such criticism lying down.

    政府不会心甘情愿地忍受这种批评。

  • 41. 

    PHRASE If something takes a lot out of you or takes it out of you, it requires a lot of energy or effort and makes you feel very tired and weak afterward. 使某人筋疲力尽

    例:

    He looked tired, as if the argument had taken a lot out of him.

    他看上去累了,似乎这场辩论已使他筋疲力尽。

  • 42. 

    PHRASE If someone tells you to take five or to take ten, they are telling you to have a five or ten minute break from what you are doing. 休息5分钟; 休息10分钟 [美国英语] [非正式]

  • 43. 

    PHRASE Someone who is on the take is receiving illegal income such as bribes. 受贿 [非正式]

    例:

    I can also name cops who are on the take.

    我也能说出受贿警察的名字。

  • 44. 

    to be taken aback →see aback

  • 45. 

    to take up arms →see arm

  • 46. 

    to take the cake →see cake

  • 47. 

    to take your hat off to someone →see hat

  • 48. 

    to be taken for a ride →see ride

  • 49. 

    to take someone by surprise →see surprise

  • 50. 

    take my word for it →see word

词组短语同近义词同根词词语辨析

take some 不大容易  

take care of oneself 照顾自己;颐养

take part 参与, 参加

take part in 参加,参与

take on 承担;呈现;具有;流行;接纳;雇用;穿上

take up 拿起;开始从事

take effect 生效;起作用

take off 起飞;脱下;离开

take a look 看一下

take out v. 取出;去掉;出发;抵充

take into 考虑到;说服

take in 接受;理解;拘留;欺骗;让…进入;改短

take seriously 重视;认真对待…

take away 带走,拿走,取走

take a look at [口]看一看;检查

take over 接管;接收

take for granted 认为…理所当然

take the lead v. 带头;为首

take charge of 接管,负责

take good care 好好照顾;珍重

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词根: take

adj.

taking 可爱的;迷人的;会传染的

n.

taking 取得;捕获;营业收入

taker 接受者;接受打赌的人;捕获者

v.

taking 拿;捕捉;夺取(take的ing形式)

  grasp, grab, clasp, seize, take, clutch, grip, snatch

这组词都有“抓住,握紧”的意思,其区别是:

grasp 指紧紧抓住、抓牢。

grab 指粗暴而急迫的抓住。

clasp 指用手紧握或用臂紧抱。

seize 指突然抓住某物,强调突然的猛烈动作。

take 最普通用词,不带感情色彩。指用手抓、取某东西或控制某物。

clutch 强调匆忙、紧急地抓、抓紧。

grip 语气比grasp强,指用手的最大力量紧紧抓住。

snatch 指突然抢走,侧重动作更快或更具暴力性质。

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  take, expend, cost, spend

这组词都有“花费”的意思,其区别是:

take 普通用词,指需要占用空间、时间或精力等,其主语可以是人,也可以是一件事情。

expend 较正式用词,通常指为某一专门目的而花费大量金钱、时间或精力。

cost 指花费时间、金钱、劳力等。其主语是物,而不能由人充当,也不用被动形式。

spend 普通用词,与cost基本同义,但主语必须是人。

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  take, bring

take 拿走。如:Shall I take some flowers when I go and see her?

bring 带来。如:Bring me some water, please.

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  convey, fetch, get, transport, take, bring, carry

这组词都有“带、拿、取”的意思,其区别是:

convey 指通过中间人传递信息,或以某种方式把人或物送到目的地。

fetch 指一往一返,相当于go and bring,去取了东西或带人再返回到出发处。

get 口语用词,与fetch基本同义,语气随便。

transport 指使用车辆或机械设备把人或货物从一处运载到另一处。

take 指从说话人或说话人心目中所在处把某人或某物带离开,带到离说话者有一定距离的地方,与bring的方向正相反,侧重方向,不着重方式。

bring 指从某处把人或物带到或拿到说话者所在的地点,强调方向,不着重方式。

carry 指把物品从一个地方带到另一个地方,不涉及方向,只强调方式。

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  take, pay, cost, spend

take 物做主语,花时间;

pay 人做主语,花钱,pay for;

cost 物做主语,花钱

spend 人做主语,花钱,花时间; spend…on sth./in doing sth;

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  take, accept, admit, receive

这组词都有“接受、接纳”的意思,其区别是:

take 与receive同意,是receive的日常用法,侧重不带主观意愿地收下或接受。

accept 强调主动地或自愿地接受,或者说,经过考虑后同意接受。

admit 作“接受”讲时,强调准许或批准。

receive 着重仅仅接到或收到这一支轮船或事实,而不含采取主动或积极行动的意思。

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  fetch, take, bring, carry

fetch 去回这一往返动作 fetch a box of chalk

take 带走,

bring 拿来,

carry 随身携带,

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  • Should we take him with us ?

    我们是不是应该回去?

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  • Do you ---- ---- I take it away ?

    拿走不反对吧?

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  • But you have to take your cues from within yourself.

    但是应该你自身球杆

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  • "I will take the children on an outing as well. I will take them to the zoo or to the park.

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  • And, by all means, if you are scheduled to attend class at 11:00, please take the test at 11:00.

    当然,如果你安排到11:00参加考试的话,请在11:00参加考试。

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  • But this year, it's my senior year, so I'm just trying to take it easy and... take my classes.

    但是今年我已经大四了,所以不想再那么忙了,就……好好地上课吧。

    写作课程比较难 - SpeakingMax英语口语达人

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词组短语

take some 不大容易  

take care of oneself 照顾自己;颐养

take part 参与, 参加

take part in 参加,参与

take on 承担;呈现;具有;流行;接纳;雇用;穿上

take up 拿起;开始从事

take effect 生效;起作用

take off 起飞;脱下;离开

take a look 看一下

take out v. 取出;去掉;出发;抵充

take into 考虑到;说服

take in 接受;理解;拘留;欺骗;让…进入;改短

take seriously 重视;认真对待…

take away 带走,拿走,取走

take a look at [口]看一看;检查

take over 接管;接收

take for granted 认为…理所当然

take the lead v. 带头;为首

take charge of 接管,负责

take good care 好好照顾;珍重

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