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take /teɪk/
  • to get into one's possession
  • to grab and move to oneself
  • to ingest medicine
  • to gain a position by force
  • to choose
ta
take /teɪk/
  • to get into one's hands or control
ta
gripe
take /teɪk/
  • to endure
tåle
ta
take /teɪk/
  • to carry
bringe
take /teɪk/
  • something that is taken
  • act of taking
fangst
take /teɪk/
  • profit
gevinst
take /teɪk/
  • catch
mottak
take /teɪk/
  • film: attempt to record a scene
opptak
take action
  • to act, especially decisively
aksjonere
take off
  • to remove
ta av
take place
  • to happen
finne sted
hende
skje
take it easy
  • relax
ta det rolig
take revenge
  • to avenge; to get back at
hevne
take a break
  • to have a short rest period in one's work
ta en pause
it takes two to tango
  • some things need the active cooperation of two parties
det trengs 2 til tango
take the bait
  • to nibble at bait on a hook
bite på agnet
take a leak slå lens
take the bull by the horns
  • to deal directly with a matter; to confront a difficulty
ta tyren ved horna
take offense
  • feel and possibly show resentment
ta ille opp
take pity
  • to show compassion towards
forbarme
take hostage
  • take custody or possession of a person as security for performance against a treaty, a pledge, or a demand, especially now an extra-legal demand
bortføre
take lightly
  • approach casually
ta lett på
take back
  • to return something to a vendor for a refund
returnere
take back
  • cause to remember some past event or time
ta med tilbake
take back
  • to regain possession of something
bebreide
take on
  • To assume responsibility for
  • To begin to have or exhibit
befatte seg med
take French leave
  • take French leave
tjuvperm
take into account anse
take in
  • absorb; comprehend
ta
take up
  • to pick up
ta
take out
  • to remove
fjerne
take away
  • to remove something, either material or abstract, so that a person no longer has it
beholde
take down
  • remove a temporary structure such as scaffolding
bevege seg bort fra
take over
  • to assume control
bebreide
take part
  • participate or join
delta
take a bow /ˈteɪk ə ˈbaʊ/
  • to accept applause at the end of a performance
akseptere
take after
  • to resemble in appearance or habit
ligne
take heart mot
take a hike stikk
take care of
  • look after
pleie
take-home pay
  • net earnings of a wage earner
inntekt {f}
take one's leave
  • say goodbye
si adjø
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