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take something

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The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary
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  • Let me see, what can I take—something light, to give me an appetite?

    Monsieur Cherami Charles Paul de Kock
  • "You'll take my word or take something else," came the stiff response.

    The Boy Land Boomer Ralph Bonehill
  • He saw him rise then and take something from his pocket which he tossed in the air.

    The Gray Mask Wadsworth Camp
  • He had built that gate skookum, but not to take something like that.

    Cat and Mouse Ralph Williams
  • Do you remember when you saw Betty stoop over that broken stump of the old oak and take something out?

    Betty Vivian L. T. Meade

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