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Kinuha Translated To English




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Definition: to reach for and take hold of by embracing with the fingers or arms
Example: take my hand, or we'll get separated in this crowd
Synonyms: clasp, grasp, grip, hold
Related: clench, cling (to), clutch, hold on (to); catch, nab, seize, snatch

Definition: to agree to receive whether willingly or reluctantly
Example: will you take that call?
Synonyms: accept, have
Related: accede (to), assent (to), concede (to), confirm, consent (to), OK (or okay), ratify, sanction, warrant; acquiesce (to), bow (to), capitulate (to), give in (to), submit (to), succumb (to), surrender (to), yield (to); abide, bear, brook, countenance, endure, shoulder, stand, stick out, stomach, support, sustain, swallow, sweat out, tolerate; adopt, embrace, welcome

Definition: to become affected with (a disease or disorder)
Example: if you don't cover your head in this weather, you'll take cold and be stuck inside all weekend
Synonyms: catch, come down (with), get, go down (with) [chiefly British], sicken (with), take
Related: break out (with); die (from), succumb (to); fail, languish, sink, waste (away), weaken, wilt, wither, worsen

Definition: to decide to accept (someone or something) from a group of possibilities
Example: you can take the white side this time, since I got to be white for our last chess game
Synonyms: cherry-pick, cull, elect, handpick, name, opt (for), pick, prefer, select, single (out), tag, take
Related: preselect; appoint, designate, fix, mark, nominate, set, tab, tap; accept, adopt, embrace, espouse; settle (on or upon)

Definition: to get possession of (something) by giving money in exchange for
Example: I'll take two cheeseburgers to go, please
Synonyms: cop [slang], pick up, purchase, take
Related: acquire, gain, garner, get, obtain, procure, secure, win; finance, pay (for), spring (for); barter (for), deal (for), dicker (over), exchange (for), haggle (for), negotiate (about), trade (for); bargain (with), chaffer (with), horse-trade (with), palter (with); bid, offer; rebuy, repurchase

Definition: to have as a requirement
Example: it will take a lot of courage to stand up for what is right
Synonyms: bear, challenge, claim, demand, necessitate, require, take, want, warrant
Related: entail, involve; ask, beg, claim, clamor (for), cry (for); hurt (for), lack; command, enjoin, exact, insist, press, quest, stipulate

Definition: to make or have room for
Example: I think we can take two more in this elevator
Synonyms: fit, hold, take
Related: carry, contain, seat; enclose (also inclose), encompass, enfold; harbor, house

Definition: to produce a desired effect
Example: it will be a few hours before this medication takes
Synonyms: operate, perform, take, work
Related: behave, react, respond; affect, influence, sway; pan out, redound, result

Definition: to put up with (something painful or difficult)
Example: I can't take anymore of your whining about your former boyfriend
Synonyms: abide, absorb, accept, bide [chiefly dialect], brook, countenance, endure, go, hack, handle, meet, pocket, stand, stick out, stomach, support, sustain, sweat out, take, tolerate, wear [British]
Related: allow, permit, suffer, swallow; reconcile (to); acquiesce, agree (with or to), assent (to), capitulate, consent (to), respect, submit (to), yield (to)

Definition: to regard as right or true
Example: I think we can take his word for it
Synonyms: accept, buy, credit, swallow, take, trust
Related: account, accredit, understand; assume, presume, suppose; conclude, deduce, infer

Definition: to achieve a victory over
Example: I know we can take that team
Synonyms: best, conquer, defeat, dispatch, do down [British], get, get around, lick, master, overbear, overcome, overmatch, prevail (over), skunk, stop, subdue, surmount, take, trim, triumph (over), upend, win (against), worst
Related: sweep; edge (out), nose out, pip [British]; annihilate, blow away, blow out, bomb, break, bury, clobber, cream, crush, drub, finish, flatten, overwhelm, rout, shellac, skin, slaughter, smoke [slang], snow under, thrash, trounce, upset, wallop, wax [slang], whip; cap, excel, flourish, score, succeed; knock off, knock over, overpower, overthrow, subjugate, unseat, vanquish; ace (out), better, eclipse, exceed, excel, outdistance, outdo, outfight, outshine, outstrip, overtop, surpass, top, transcend

Definition: to deal with (something) usually skillfully or efficiently
Example: let's take each problem separately
Synonyms: address, contend (with), cope (with), field, grapple (with), hack, manage, maneuver, manipulate, negotiate, play, swing, take, treat
Related: engineer, finesse, jockey; bring off, carry off, carry out, get off, pull; command, direct, guide, steer; control, micromanage, regulate, run; react (to), respond (to)

Definition: to offer entrance (as to a place, school, or privilege) to
Example: the school takes only a small percentage of the thousands of applicants
Synonyms: enter, receive, take
Related: entertain, welcome; fellowship; confirm, ratify

Definition: to deprive of life
Example: I never thought heart disease would take such an athletic and health-conscious person
Synonyms: carry off, claim, croak [slang], destroy, dispatch, do in, fell, slay, take
Related: bump off, butcher, cut down, finish, get, ice [slang], knock off, murder, neutralize, off [slang], put away, rub out, scrag, snuff, take out, waste, whack [slang]; annihilate, blot out, decimate, kill off, massacre, mow, slaughter, smite; assassinate, execute, martyr, terminate; euthanize (also euthanatize), put down; suicide

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