take placeMany loan contracts enable prepayment to take place without penalty.
should takeAnd maybe we should take down some of the torches.’
take upThat Liza Tremayne should take up with a corporal was so unlikely as to be ludicrous.
take into accountThe court should take into account the views of all parties including the child before making a direction.
have to takeYou have to take little licks.
take advantageFrom now until the end of November, you can take advantage of two unique offers.
take partHe was glad he had agreed to take part in the TV series Call My Bluff in which Ken was starring.
able to takeI don't seem to be able to take it in.
want to takeMany applicants will have a firm idea of what they want to study at university, but others will want to take some time to consider various possibilities before they apply.
take accountThere was also criticism that SMRs did not take account of the health-care costs of social deprivation.
take twoI thought it might take two years of training.’
also takeFor example, you may not be allowed to study, say, economics unless you also take statistics or computing.
cannot takeYou can take all in the line or as many as you like but you cannot take from more than one line.
take actionAnd she has failed to take action to limit the damage to her family's image each time scandal has threatened.
need to takeI just need, it's this bit of the door I need to take off.
take offHe sat on the edge of the bed to take off his boots.
take the pissNo I, I didn't I didn't take the piss out of him, I listened, I actually
take decisionsThe document is likely to be wreathed in legal safety clauses because the Government cannot take decisions that are legally the responsibility of British Coal, which is a private company.
begin to takeCertainly I don't think that the DTI's ministers and officials will find their jobs any less interesting when they begin to take up our cause in this way.
take a particularThere might be occasions when we feel that we'd like MPs to take a particular line, in fact there are occasions when I'd like to see MPs take a particular line, but we can only ask them, we cannot in fact insist that they do take a particular line.
use to take
take awayNow that should give me the same answer as if I do ten take away five so it's take away a plus five, Yeah?