From the moment he arrived, they took against this talented loudmouth.
take something apart
take something away
He ordered a lamb madras to take away.
take someone back
If ‘Disco Inferno’ doesn't take you back, the bell-bottom pants will.
take something back
I take back nothing of what I said.
take something down
I took down the address.
The old Norman church was taken down in 1819.
1. 同 take away from
take someone in
She tried to pass this off as an amusing story, but nobody was taken in.
take something in
The sweep of his arm took in most of Main Street.
He'd maybe take in a movie, or just relax.
take someone off
take something off
She took off her cardigan.
I took the next day off.
take someone on
A group of villagers has taken on the planners.
take something on
Whoever takes on the trout farm will have their work cut out.
The subject has taken on a new significance in the past year.
take someone out
take someone/thing out
take something out
You can take out a loan for a specific purchase.
2. (主美)。 同 take something away
take something out on
take something over
British troops had taken over the German trenches.
take someone up
take something up
She took up tennis at the age of 11.
I don't want to take up any more of your time.
He'll have to take it up with the bishop.
take someone up on
The interviewer did not take him up on his quotation.
I'd like to take you up on that offer.