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take up through pores absorb
throne, take the accede
right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership) access
take responsibility for account , undertake
(chemistry) the capacity of a substance to take part in a chemical reaction activity
place where planes take off and land airfield , field , flying field , landing field
take turns alternate , rotate , share
surprise, take by ambush , waylay
airplane designed to take off and land on water amphibian , amphibious aircraft
take one's mind off of amuse
take for oneself without permission appropriate , arrogate
take hold of appropriate , catch
playing field where sports events take place arena , scene of action
number of arguments that a function can take arity
muscular vessels that take blood from the heart to other parts artery
take on or into assume
take for granted assume , presume
take aback astonish , overwhelm , startle , surprise
take pains attempt , endeavor , strive
student who attends a course but does not take it for credit auditor
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