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take vertimas I v (took; taken) 1) imti; priimti; 2) nugalėti, paimti; to take prisoner paimti į nelaisvę; 3) gaudyti (žuvis); 4) užimti (vietą); 5) laikyti, manyti; to take account of atsižvelgti; to take advantage pasinaudoti; to take aim taikyti; to take a bus (train) įsėsti į autobusą (traukinį); to take breath atsikvėpti, atgauti kvapą; to take care of rūpintis; take care!būk atsargus!; to take counsel tartis; to take coldperšalti; to take fire užsidegti; to take fright išsigąsti; to take hold of pagriebti, pačiupti; to take ill įsižeisti, supykti; to be taken ill susirgti; to take liberties perdaug familiariai elgtis; nukrypti nuo taisyklių; to take leave of atsisveikinti; to take notes daryti pastabas; to take notice pažymėti, pasižymėti, atkreipti dėmesį; to take pains stengtis; to take pity pasigailėti; to take place įvykti; to take pride indidžiuotis; to take aback apstulbinti, nustebinti; užklupti; to take across perkelti, pergabenti; to take after būti panašiam į; to take apart išardyti, išmontuoti (mechanizmą); to take away paimti, nunešti, pašalinti; to take back paimti atgal; to take my eyes of atitraukti akis; to take down a) nuimti (nuo lentynos ir pan.); b) užrašyti, rašyti (diktuojant); c) nugriauti, nuversti; d) praryti; e) sumažinti; susilpninti; f) išardyti (mašiną); to take for palaikyti, apsirikti (palaikius kitu); to take for granted a) priimti kaip savaime suprantamą; b) laikyti ką įrodytu arba leistinu; to take from mažinti; atimti; to take in a) priimti (svečią, gyventoją); b) apgauti; to take in charge suimti; to take into confidence patikėti paslaptį; to take into one's headįsikalti į galvą, išsigalvoti; to take off a) nuimti; mažinti, sumažinti; b) mažėti, sumažėti; to take on a) prisiimti; b) pradėti; kar. atidengti ugnį; c) tapti populiariu; to take out a) išimti; b) išeiti pasivaikščioti; pakviesti, nuvesti (į teatrą ir pan.); c) išrašyti, išrinkti (citatas ir pan.); to take over a) perimti (pareigas ir pan.); pakeisti; b) perkelti; pervežti; to take to a) aistringai pamėgti; b) imtis ko; c) kreiptis į ką; to take to one's bedapsirgti, atsigulti; to take to heart imti į širdį; to take to one's heels pabėgti; to take to the road tapti valkata, valkataujančiu muzikantu;to take up a) pakelti; b) sugerti, įsigerti; c) užimti; užpildyti (vietas ir pan.); d) mokėti, apmokėti; e) ištaisyti (klaidą); f) sutaikyti (besiginčijančius); to take up with a) suartėti, įsimylėti; b) pasitenkinti, būti patenkintam; to take a back seat perk. a) pasitraukti į antrą planą; b) užimti nežymią padėtį; to take a drop pasigerti; to take the field pradėti kovos veiksmus IIn 1) (žuvies ir pan.) sugavimas; 2) (teatro) pajamos, pelnas; 3) kin. vienu kartu nufilmuota scena

Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (income) the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
  • (cinematography) the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption Type of: cinematography
  • (act) to carry out Type of: act
  • (expend) to require (time or space)
  • (lead) to take somebody somewhere
  • (get hold of) to get into one's hands, take physically
  • (change) to take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
  • (interpret) to interpret something in a certain way; to convey a particular meaning or impression
  • (transport) to take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
  • (take, possession) to take into one's possession
  • (utilize) to travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route Type of: use
  • (decide) to pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
  • (receive willingly something) to receive willingly something given or offered
  • (do work) to assume, as of positions or roles
  • (think about) to take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
  • (require, useful, just) to require as useful, just, or proper
  • (perception verb) to experience, feel, or submit to Type of: experience
  • (movie) to make a film or photograph of something
  • (remove) to remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
  • (ingest) to serve oneself to, or consume regularly
  • (undergo) to accept or undergo, often unwillingly
  • (make use, accept) to make use of or accept for some purpose
  • (take, force) to take by force
  • (occupy, take on) to occupy or take on
  • (admit) to admit into a group or community
  • (find) to ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial Type of: receive
  • (learn) to be a student of a certain subject
  • (take, undesirable consequence) to take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
  • (head) to head into a specified direction
  • (position) to point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
  • (become) to be seized or affected in a specified way Type of: become
  • (feature) to have with oneself; to have on one's person
  • (lease) to engage for service under a term of contract
  • (subscribe to) to receive or obtain regularly
  • (commerce) to buy or select Topic: commerce. Type of: buy
  • (get, position, example) to get into a position of having, for example, safety, comfort
  • (sleep together) to have sex with
  • (affirm) to lay claim to, as of an idea
  • (be designed, hold) to be designed to hold or take
  • (contain) to be capable of holding or containing
  • (develop, habit) to develop a habit
  • (driving) to proceed along in a vehicle
  • (win) to obtain by winning Type of: win
  • (sicken) to be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness

take sinonimai apprehend, bear, beguile, beguile into, bilk, bilk out of, carry, cheat, cheat out of, compass, comprehend, con, deceive, delude, dig, double-cross, dupe, figure out, flim-flam, fob, fool, fox, get, get the picture, grasp, grok, have, have on, lead astray, make head or tail of, make much of, misguide, mislead, outsmart, outwit, play, play a hoax on, play a joke on, play a prank on, play a trick, play a trick / tricks on, play a trick on, play tricks, play tricks on, pull a fast one on, rip off, rook, savvy, see, support, swindle, swindle out of, take in, trick, trick into, trick out of, understand, wear, bamboozle, hoodwink, lead up the garden path, outmaneuver, outmanoeuvre, put on the wrong track, take for a ride, issue, payoff, proceeds, product, return, yield, takings, abide, absorb, accept, accompany, acquire, admit, adopt, aim, ascertain, ask, assume, attract, bear, bring, brook, buy, call for, captivate, capture, carry, catch, charm, charter, choose, claim, clutch, conduct, conquer, consider, consume, contain, contract, convey, cost, deal, deduct, deduct from, demand, digest, direct, drive, enchant, endure, engage, escort, exact, experience, fascinate, fill, film, freight, get, get hold of, grab, grasp, guide, have, hire, hold, incur, ingest, interpret, involve, know, lead, learn, lease, live, look at, make, misidentify, mistake, move, necessitate, need, observe, obtain, occupy, opt for, pack, perceive, pick, pick on, pick out, play, postulate, presume, put up, put up with, read, receive, remove, rent, require, seize, select, shift, shoot, single out, stand, stick out, stomach, strike, strip off, study, submit, subscribe, subscribe to, subtract, subtract from, suffer, support, sustain, swallow, take aim, take away, take in, take off, take on, take out a subscription, take up, tolerate, train, transport, turn into, undergo, undertake, use up, wear, weather, win, withdraw, enter, enter into, last, strike up, turn into, bring, capture, catch, cling to, clutch, consume, cost, embrace, enfold in one's arms, field, get, grab, have, hold close, hold tight, make, partake of, put one's arms around, reach, seize, tackle, take along, take away, take hold of, take in one's arms

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