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take verb

  /teɪk/ , /teːk/ , /tæɪk/ , [teːk] , [tɛːk] , [tʰeɪ̯k]
  • (transitive) To have sex with.
  • (transitive, especially of a vehicle) To transport or carry; to convey to another place.
  • (intransitive) To get or accept (something) into one's possession.
brać, wziąć
  • (transitive) To get into one's hands, possession, or control, with or without force.
brać, wziąć, jąć
  • (transitive, baseball) To decline to swing at (a pitched ball); to refrain from hitting at, and allow to pass.
brać, wziąć, przyjmować, zażywać
  • (transitive) To select or choose; to pick.
  • (transitive) To assume or suppose; to reckon; to regard or consider.
wybrać, brać
  • (transitive, of a path, road, etc.) To lead (to a place); to serve as a means of reaching.
  • (transitive) To derive (as a title); to obtain from a source.
  • (transitive, of a material) To absorb or be impregnated by (dye, ink, etc.); to be susceptible to being treated by (polish, etc.).
zawładnąć, brać, wziąć
  • (transitive) To captivate or charm; to gain or secure the interest or affection of.

take noun

  /teɪk/ , /teːk/ , /tæɪk/ , [teːk] , [tɛːk] , [tʰeɪ̯k]
  • The or an act of taking.
branie, wzięcie
  • (film) A scene recorded (filmed) at one time, without an interruption or break; a recording of such a scene.

taking noun

  • (uncountable) A state of mental distress, resulting in excited or erratic behavior (in the expression in a taking).
  • The act by which something is taken.
przejęcie, zdobycie
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