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  • 1 take the law into your own hands — phrase to punish someone in your own way without involving the police or the courts, often by doing something illegal yourself If something isn’t done soon, farmers might take the law into their own hands. Thesaurus: to punish someonesynonym… …

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  • 2 take something into account — take account of something/take something into account/ phrase to consider something when you are trying to make a decision Compensation awards take into account the pain and suffering caused to the victim. If you take inflation into account, we… …

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  • 3 take charge (of) — phrase to take control and become responsible for someone or something It was a great relief when Heather arrived and took charge of the project. Thesaurus: to take charge, or to try to take chargesynonym to be responsible for somethingsynonym… …

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  • 4 take (something) away from someone — take (something) away from (someone/something) to reduce the praise earned by a person or group. She did a lot to help people, and no one should ever try to take that away from her. We made some mistakes, but I don t want to take anything away… …

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  • 5 take (something) away from something — take (something) away from (someone/something) to reduce the praise earned by a person or group. She did a lot to help people, and no one should ever try to take that away from her. We made some mistakes, but I don t want to take anything away… …

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  • 6 take (something) away from — (someone/something) to reduce the praise earned by a person or group. She did a lot to help people, and no one should ever try to take that away from her. We made some mistakes, but I don t want to take anything away from Iowa State they played a …

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  • 7 take pains — try hard, take extra time or care    Mr. and Mrs. Wilson take pains to find families that are truly in need …

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  • 8 take up where someone left off — take up where (someone/something) left off to continue something that was started by someone or something. Five years after their first album, the band takes up where they left with the release of their new disc. If the legislature won t approve… …

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  • 9 take up where something left off — take up where (someone/something) left off to continue something that was started by someone or something. Five years after their first album, the band takes up where they left with the release of their new disc. If the legislature won t approve… …

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  • 10 take up where left off — take up where (someone/something) left off to continue something that was started by someone or something. Five years after their first album, the band takes up where they left with the release of their new disc. If the legislature won t approve… …

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  • 11 try — try1 W1S1 [traı] v past tense and past participle tried present participle trying third person singular tries ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(attempt)¦ 2¦(test/use)¦ 3¦(food/drink)¦ 4¦(try to find somebody/something)¦ 5¦(door/window)¦ 6¦( …

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  • 12 take into account — verb allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something (Freq. 12) I allow for this possibility The seamstress planned for 5% shrinkage after the first wash • Syn: ↑allow • Derivationally related forms: ↑allowable …

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  • 13 take — 1. n. a section of a film that is pronounced acceptable just after it is shot. □ It’s a take. Get it over to the lab. □ After seven straight takes the crew demanded a break. 2. n. the amount of money taken in at some event; the money received for …

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  • 14 take someone in — 1. AND rope someone tv. to cheat or deceive someone. □ He might try to take you in. Keep an eye on him and count your change. □ The con rtists tried to rope in the old lady, but she was too clever. 2. tv. to give shelter to someone …

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  • 15 Try This Tour — обложка программы тура Тур Pink К альбому Try This Начало тура …

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  • 16 Try — «Try» Сингл P!nk из альбома The Truth About Love Сторон …

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  • 17 Try This — Студийный альбом P!nk Дата выпуска 10 ноября 2003 …

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  • 18 Take a Chance on Me — «Take A Chance On Me» Sencillo de ABBA del álbum The Album Lado A Take A Chance On Me Lado B I m A Marionette Publicación 14 de enero de 1978 Formato …

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  • 19 Try This — Album par Pink Sortie novembre 2003 Enregistrement 2003 Durée 53 min (sans les pistes bonus) Genre Pop rock …

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  • 20 take something on board — phrase to consider an idea, problem, or situation and try to deal with it The committee will certainly take your opinions on board before making a decision. Thesaurus: to try to deal with a problem or difficultysynonym Main entry: board * * *… …

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