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take to English-Spanish

he didn't take to life in the country

take up English-Spanish

tomar, agarrar especially Latin America, coger especially Spain

take-up English-Spanish

grants are available, but take-up has been low

take from English-Spanish

the town takes its name from …

take home English-Spanish

she takes home less than £600

take off English-Spanish

quitar, sacar

take over English-Spanish

when the Democrats took over

take upon English-Spanish

to take something upon oneself

double take English-Spanish

to do a double take

take aback English-Spanish

sorprender, desconcertar

take after English-Spanish

salir a, parecerse a

take around English-Spanish

mostrar, enseñar especially Spain

take aside English-Spanish

llevar aparte

take through English-Spanish

he took me through everything I had to do

take up on English-Spanish

I may well take you up on that

take out on English-Spanish

she takes her frustration out on her children

take up with English-Spanish

empezar a juntarse

give-and-take English-Spanish

concesiones, toma y daca masculine

take away from English-Spanish

it takes away from one's enjoyment of the music

out-take in outtake English-Spanish

toma eliminada de la versión final de una película

re-take in retake English-Spanish

retomar, volver a tomar

take off English-Spanish

quitar, sacar

take to English-Spanish

he didn't take to life in the country

take up English-Spanish

tomar, agarrar especially Latin America, coger especially Spain

take-up in take up English-Spanish

tomar, agarrar especially Latin America, coger especially Spain

take-ups in take up English-Spanish

tomar, agarrar especially Latin America, coger especially Spain

take-up in take-up English-Spanish

grants are available, but take-up has been low

take-ups in take-up English-Spanish

grants are available, but take-up has been low

take-off in takeoff English-Spanish

despegue masculine, decolaje masculineLatin America

take aback English-Spanish

sorprender, desconcertar

take after English-Spanish

salir a, parecerse a


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