Phrasal Verbs with "Take"
take after = to look or behave like someone: He takes after his mother.
take apart = 1. to divide into parts after disassembling.
2. to dissect or analyze (a theory, for example), usually in an effort to discover hidden or innate flaws or weaknesses.
3. Slang. To beat up; thrash.
take back = 1. to return with something to a shop: This jacket doesn’t fit and I’m taking it back.
2. to admit that you were wrong to say something: How are you call me a liar – take that back.
take down = to write something: Take down this message.
take for = 1. to regard as: Do you take me for a fool?
2. to consider mistakenly: Don't take silence for approval.
take in = 1. to understand and remember something: I didn’t take in much of what she said.
2. to make someone believe something that is not true: We were taken in by her expensive clothes.
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