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  • takahe
  • takakkaw
  • takamatsu
  • takamine, jokichi
  • takamura, kotaro
  • takao
  • takaoka
  • takarazuka
  • takasago
  • takasaki
  • takatsuki
  • takayama
  • takayasu's arteritis
  • takayasu's disease
  • takayasu's syndrome
  • take
  • take (one's) belt in (a notch)
  • take (one's) lumps
  • take (so)
  • take (so) in
  • take (so) off
  • take (so/sth)
  • take (so/sth) off
  • take (so/sth) on
  • take (sth)
  • take (sth) out
  • take a back seat
  • take a back-seat
  • take a backseat
  • take a bath
  • take a bath (on (sth))
  • take a bath on sth
  • take a beating
  • take a bow
  • take a break
  • take a breath
  • take a bye
  • take a call
  • take a chance
  • take a chill pill
  • take a chill pill!
  • take a chop
  • take a collection
  • take a crack at
  • take a crack at (sth)
  • take a crack at something
  • take a crack at sth
  • take a crap
  • take a d
  • take a dare
  • take a dig at
  • take a dig at (so)
  • take a dig at so
  • take a dig at someone
  • take a dim view of
  • take a dim view of someone
  • take a dim view of something
  • take a dirt nap
  • take a dive
  • take a drink
  • take a dump
  • take a fade
  • take a fall
  • take a fancy to
  • take a firm stand
  • take a fit
  • take a flier
  • take a flyer
  • take a flyer (on (sth))
  • take a flyer on sth
  • take a flying fuck
  • take a gander
  • take a gander (at (so/sth))
  • take a gander at
  • take a gander at so/sth
  • take a hand in
  • take a hike
  • take a hinge at
  • take a hint
  • take a hit
  • take a hop
  • take a hosing
  • take a jab at
  • take a jab at so
  • take a joke
  • take a knee
  • take a leaf from someone book
  • take a leaf from someone's book
  • take a leaf from someones book
  • take a leaf out of someone book
  • take a leaf out of someone's book
  • take a leaf out of someones book
  • take a leaf out someone book
  • take a leaf out someone's book
  • take a leaf out someones book
  • take a leak
  • take a load off
  • take a load off feet
  • take a load off one's feet
  • take a load off one's mind
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