TOEIC英・英単語 T-2

take part (in sth)
to do an activity with other people


take place
to happen


take sb by surprise
To take someone by surprise means to do something that is completely unexpected.


take sb/sth by storm
to be suddenly extremely successful in a place or with a group of people


take sb/sth seriously
to believe that someone or something is important and that you should give attention to them


take sth as it comes
to deal with something as it happens, without planning for it


take sth for granted
to never think about something because you believe it will always be available or stay exactly the same


take sth into account/take account of sth
to think about something when judging a situation


take sth into consideration
to think about something when you make a decision or plan


take the blame
If you take the blame for something, you say that you did it or that it is your fault.


take the minutes
to write down what is said at a meeting and by whom


take turns
If you take turns, you and other people do the same thing, one after the other.


take up sth
1. to begin to do something

2. to discuss or manage something

3. to fill space or time

4. to shorten clothes


take/accept/claim responsibility for sth
to say that you have done something or caused something to happen, especially something bad


takeoff/téikɔ`:f/
n. the moment when an aircraft leaves the ground and starts to fly


takeout/téikaut/
n1. prepared food that you buy in a restaurant but eat in a different place

n2. a restaurant that sells this type of meal


takeover/téikòuvər/
n. an act of taking control of something


talent/tæ'lənt/
n. a natural ability to do something


talented/tæ'ləntid/
adj. showing natural ability in a particular area


talk about …
used to emphasize that something is very noticeable in the stated way


talk about sth/doing sth
to think about or make plans to do something in the future


talk sb/yourself into something
to persuade someone to do something, or to decide to do something


talk sb/yourself out of something
to persuade someone not to do something, or to decide not to do something


tangible/tæ'nʤəbl/
adj. Something that is tangible is real and can be seen, touched, or measured.


tap/tæp/
n. the part at the end of a pipe that controls the flow of water

v. to knock or touch something gently




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