take = tomar verb

take = recaudación noun

1take

/ˈteɪk/ verb
verb
took, taken, taking

Spanish Translation of TAKE

transitive verb
1
grasp : tomar, agarrar
to take by the handtomar de la mano
to take the bull by the hornstomar al toro por los cuernos
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bring, carry : llevar, sacar, cargar
take them with youllévalos contigo
take this note to your teacherlleva esta nota a tu maestro
I took her to schoolla llevé a la escuela
she took him asidelo llevó aparte
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remove, extract : sacar, extraer
take a beer from the fridgesaca una cerveza de la nevera
to take bloodsacar sangre
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catch : tomar, agarrar
taken by surprisetomado por sorpresa
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capture, seize : tomar
to take someone prisonerhacer/tomar a alguien prisionero
to take someone hostagetomar a alguien como rehén
to take control oftomar el control de
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remove, steal : llevarse
someone took the paintingalguien se llevó la pintura
he took it from herse lo quitó
to take someone's lifequitarle la vida a alguien
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(indicating selection)
I'll take the fishdame el pescado
I'll take itme lo llevo
take your pickescoge el que quieras
do you take cream in your coffee?¿le pones crema al café?
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need, require : tomar, requerir
it will take a month to completellevará un mes terminarlo
these things take timeestas cosas toman tiempo
will it take long?¿tardará mucho (tiempo)?
what size do you take?¿qué talla usas?
it takes dieselusa diesel
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borrow : tomar (una frase, etc.)
to take one's inspiration frominspirarse en
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occupy : ocupar
to take a seattomar asiento
this seat is takeneste asiento está ocupado
to take the place ofocupar el lugar de
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ingest : tomar, ingerir
take two pillstome dos píldoras
to take drugsdrogarse
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: tomar, coger (un tren, un autobús, etc.)
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travel : tomar (un camino)
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bear, endure : soportar, aguantar (dolores, etc.), resistir (el frío, etc.)
I can't take it anymoreno puedo más
she can't take a jokeno sabe aguantar una broma
to take something well/badlyllevar algo bien/mal
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accept : aceptar (un cheque, un cliente, un trabajo, etc.), seguir (consejos), cargar con (la culpa, la responsabilidad)
take it or leave ittómalo o déjalo
take it from mehazme caso
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adopt : adoptar (una perspectiva, etc.)
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interpret : tomar, interpretar
don't take it the wrong wayno te lo tomes a mal, no me malinterpretes
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feel : sentir
to take offenseofenderse
to take pride insentirse orgulloso de
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suppose : suponer
I take it that…supongo que…
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consider : mirar (como ejemplo)
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(indicating an action or an undertaking)
to take a walkdar un paseo
to take a classtomar una clase
to take a picturesacar una foto
to take a right/leftgirar a la derecha/izquierda
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measure, record : tomar
to take someone's temperaturetomarle la temperatura a alguien
to take notestomar apuntes
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exact
to take a toll onafectar
to take revengevengarse
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to be taken sick/ill : caer enfermo
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to take aback : sorprender, desconcertar
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to take a lot out of someone : agotar a alguien
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to take apart : desmontar
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to take away remove : quitar
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take it away! : ¡adelante!, ¡vamos! (dícese a un cantante, etc.)
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to take back : retirar (palabras, etc.)
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to take back return : devolver
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to take back reclaim : llevarse
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to take back : aceptar la devolución de (mercancía), dejar regresar (a un amante)
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to take down note : tomar nota de
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to take down disassemble : desmontar
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to take down remove : quitar
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to take down lower : bajar
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to take for : tomar por
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to take in : recoger (a un perro, etc.)
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to take in : detener, llevar a la comisaría
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to take in : hacer (dinero)
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to take in : tomarle a, achicar (un vestido, etc.)
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to take in include : incluir, abarcar
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to take in attend, visit : ir a (una película, etc.), visitar (un museo, etc.)
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to take in grasp, understand : captar, entender
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to take in deceive : engañar
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to take it upon oneself (to do something) : encargarse (de hacer algo)
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to take note/notice of : notar, prestarle atención a
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to take off remove : quitar
take off your hatquítate el sombrero
take your hands off me!¡quítame las manos de encima!
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to take off : tomar (el día, etc.) libre
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to take someone off (of) : hacerle a alguien dejar (un proyecto, etc.)
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to take on tackle : abordar, enfrentar (problemas, etc.)
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to take on undertake : encargarse de, emprender (una tarea), asumir (una responsabilidad)
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to take on accept : tomar (como un cliente, etc.)
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to take on contract : contratar (trabajadores)
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to take on assume : adoptar, asumir, adquirir
the neighborhood took on a dingy lookel barrio asumió una apariencia deprimente
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to take out remove, withdraw, extract : sacar
take the trash outsaca la basura
they took her tonsils outla operaron de las amígdalas
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to take out obtain : sacar
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to take out : sacar (libros, etc.)
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to take out : llevar (a cenar, etc.), sacar (a pasear, etc.)
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to take out destroy : eliminar
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to take it out on someone : desquitarse con alguien, agarrársela con alguien
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to take over seize : apoderarse de
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to take over : hacerse cargo de (una compañía, etc.), asumir (una responsabilidad)
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to take over relieve : sustituir, relevar
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to take place happen : tener lugar, suceder, ocurrir
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to take shape/form : tomar forma
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to take something to something
he took an axe to the treeempezó a cortar el árbol con un hacha
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to take up lift : levantar
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to take up shorten : acortar (una falda, etc.)
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to take up begin : empezar, dedicarse a (un pasatiempo, etc.)
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to take up occupy : ocupar (espacio), llevar (tiempo)
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to take up pursue : volver a (una cuestión, un asunto)
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to take up continue : seguir con
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to take someone up on : aceptarle la invitación (etc.) a alguien
intransitive verb
1
: agarrar (dícese de un tinte), prender (dícese de una vacuna)
2
to take after : parecerse a, salir a
3
to take away from : restarle valor/atractivo (etc.) a
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to take off : despegar (dícese de un avión, etc.)
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to take off familiar leave : irse
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to take over : asumir el mando
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to take to : aficionarse a (un pasatiempo), adaptarse a (una situación), tomarle simpatía a (alguien)
he doesn't take kindly to criticismno le gusta nada que lo critiquen
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to take to start : empezar a, acostumbrarse a (hacer algo)

2take

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of TAKE

1
proceeds : recaudación feminine, ingresos masculine plural, ganancias feminine plural
2
: toma feminine (de un rodaje o una grabación)

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