English 日本語
take /teɪk/
  • profit
利益
take /teɪk/
  • something that is taken
獲得
take /teɪk/
  • act of taking
取得
take /teɪk/
  • interpretation or view
見解
take /teɪk/
  • film: attempt to record a scene
テイク
take /teɪk/
  • to endure
我慢
take /teɪk/
  • to get into one's possession
取る
take /teɪk/
  • to get into one's hands or control
取る
つかむ
take /teɪk/
  • to ingest medicine
飲む
摂取する
take /teɪk/
  • to gain a position by force
占拠
take /teɪk/
  • to receive or accept
受け付ける
take /teɪk/
  • to support or carry without failing or breaking
壊さずに運ぶ
take /teɪk/
  • to last or expend [an amount of time]
掛かる
take /teɪk/
  • a photo, film, fingerprints, etc
撮る
take /teɪk/
  • to have sex with
襲う
take /teɪk/
  • to carry
  • to grab and move to oneself
運ぶ
take /teɪk/
  • to choose
選ぶ
take care
  • good-bye
お大事に
大切にしてください
気をつけて下さい
take into account 考慮
鑑みる
take it easy
  • relax (imperative)
あわてる
落ち着く
take revenge
  • to avenge; to get back at
復讐
take one's leave
  • say goodbye
告別
take a leak 小便
take a seat すわる
take flight 逐電
take on put 票決
take in だます
take in
  • absorb; comprehend
つかむ
take off
  • to remove
脱ぐ
take off
  • to begin flight
飛び立つ
take care
  • be cautious, careful
気を付ける
take care
  • to be in charge of something
世話をする
take part
  • participate or join
加わる
参加
take out
  • to remove
取り出す
take back
  • to return something to a vendor for a refund
戻す
返す
take over
  • to assume control
引き受ける
take place
  • to happen
行われる
起こる
take root
  • to become established, to take hold
  • to grow roots into soil
根付く
take for granted
  • assume something to be true without verification or proof
当たり前のことと思う
take heart 頑張って
頑張れ
take heart
  • to be courageous
頑張る
are you taking any medications
  • are you taking any medications?
任意の薬を服用しますか
take shape
  • take a definite form
形をとる
take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves 一銭を笑う者は一銭に泣く
take its toll 損失をもたらす
take a picture
  • capture an image
撮る
like a duck takes to water
  • Very naturally
水を得た魚
whatever it takes
  • anything required to achieve an objective
何が何でも
double take
  • reaction to surprising sight
二度見
take a turn for the better
  • start to become better
好転する
take sick
  • become ill
病気になる
take it out on
  • unleash one's anger
八つ当たりする
take away
  • to remove something, either material or abstract, so that a person no longer has it
取り上げる
take away
  • to make someone leave a place and go somewhere else
連れる
take away
  • to prevent, or limit, someone from being somewhere, or from doing something
はじく
take away
  • to leave a memory or impression in one's mind that you think about later
もらう
take part in 参加
take shelter 退避
take [[an# とる
take stand 陣取る
take a glance 一瞥
anterior prior have priority take precedence 優先
take part in the planning 参画
take off landing 離着陸
take effect
  • to become active; to become effective
利く
take a seat
  • sit down
座り込む
take on
  • To assume responsibility for
  • To attempt to fight or compete
  • To begin to have or exhibit
取り上げる
take on
  • To acquire, bring in, or introduce
提起する
take down
  • remove a temporary structure such as scaffolding
離す
take notice
  • to notice
気づく
take offense
  • feel and possibly show resentment
感じる
take the liberty
  • act on one's own authority
許す
take advantage of 使う
take advantage of
  • make use of
利用する
take into consideration 考慮する
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