taking

ˈteɪkɪŋ

Перевод:

Noun: взятие захват снятие овладение
Adjective: берущий привлекательный заманчивый

Фразы:

taking by descent - принятие по наследству

to impeach smb. for taking bribes - обвинять кого-л. во взяточничестве

taking the root - извлечение корня

their taking to smoke tobacco - их привычка к курению табака

taking things easy - благодушие

taking down - снятие

taking out - вывоз

felonious taking - кража

leave taking - прощальная речь; прощание; уход

leave-taking - прощальная речь; прощание; отдание

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Примеры:

The wind is taking off. - Ветер стихает.

Who is taking you about? - Кто вас сопровождает?

Are you taking me in? - Вы собираетесь меня арестовать?

Where is she taking us? - Куда она нас везёт /ведёт/?

We're taking classes in salsa. - Мы берем уроки сальсы.

He is taking a night flight. - У него ночной рейс /перелёт/.

Mike's just taking a shower. - Майк как раз принимает душ.

They're taking you for a mug. - Они принимают вас за воровку.

Who suggested his taking part? - Кто предложил, чтобы он принял участие?

I'm not taking orders from him! - Он мне не указ! / Я ему не подчиняюсь!

She's been taking foolish risks. - Она глупо рискует.

Taking drugs to kill the pain - Употребление наркотиков с целью заглушить боль

Arthur's taking a short zizz. - Артур прилёг немного вздремнуть.

I'm taking history as my minor. - Я беру историю в качестве второй основной специальности. (амер.)

The risk he's taking is no joke. - Он подвергается нешуточной опасности.

Are you taking French next year? - Вы сдаёте французский в следующем году?

Would you mind taking Susie home? - Вы не против подвезти /проводить/ Сьюзи домой?

I've been taking cooking classes. - Я беру уроки готовки. / Я хожу на кулинарные курсы.

He was accused of taking steroids. - Его обвинили в употреблении стероидов.

Have you been taking your medicine? - Вы принимаете свои лекарства?

You're not taking any of my pilots. - Вы не возьмёте ни одного из моих пилотов.

We're very happy to be taking part. - Мы очень рады принимать (в этом) участие.

No one owned up to taking the money. - Никто не сознался в краже этих денег.

She is taking a class on psychology. - Она посещает занятия по психологии.

Wrap the baby before taking her out. - Запеленайте малышку перед тем, как идти с ней на улицу.

More men are taking on a caring role. - Мужчины всё чаще берут на себя обязанности по уходу за другими людьми.

We are taking our vacation in August. - Мы возьмём свой отпуск в августе.

She's taking classes in life drawing. - Она посещает занятия по рисованию с живой натуры.

I'm taking a course in graphic design. - Я прохожу курс графического дизайна.

He feels queasy about taking the test. - Его подташнивает из-за предстоящего тестирования.

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Связанные термины:

take: You can use take followed by a noun to talk about an action or event, when it would also be possible to use the verb that is related to that noun. For example, you can say ' she took a shower ' instead of 'she showered'.

partake: If you partake of food or drink, you eat or drink some of it.

drug-taking: the activity of taking illegal drugs

oath-taking: the action of making an oath

risk-taking: Risk-taking means taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results.

leave-taking: the act of departing ; a farewell

profit taking: Profit-taking is the selling of stocks and shares at a profit after their value has risen or just before their value falls.

take for: to consider or suppose to be, esp mistakenly

take in: If you take someone in, you allow them to stay in your house or your country, especially when they do not have anywhere to stay or are in trouble .

take off: When an aeroplane takes off, it leaves the ground and starts flying .

take on: If you take on a job or responsibility, especially a difficult one, you accept it.

take out: If you take something out, you remove it permanently from its place.

take to: If you take to someone or something, you like them, especially after knowing them or thinking about them for only a short time.

take up: If you take up an activity or a subject, you become interested in it and spend time doing it, either as a hobby or as a career .

take away: If you take something away from someone, you remove it from them, so that they no longer possess it or have it with them.

take back: If you take something back, you return it to the place where you bought it or where you borrowed it from, because it is unsuitable or broken, or because you have finished with it.

take down: If you take something down, you reach up and get it from a high place such as a shelf .

take over: If you take over a company, you get control of it, for example by buying its shares .

breathtaking: If you say that something is breathtaking, you are emphasizing that it is extremely beautiful or amazing .

take aback: to astonish or disconcert

take after: If you take after a member of your family, you resemble them in your appearance, your behaviour, or your character.

take apart: If you take something apart, you separate it into the different parts that it is made of.

take against: If you take against someone or something, you develop a dislike for them, often for no good reason.

take out on: If you take something out on someone, you behave in an unpleasant way towards them because you feel angry or upset, even though this is not their fault.

take up on: If you take someone up on their offer or invitation, you accept it.

take away from: If something takes away from an achievement, success, or quality, or takes something away from it, it makes it seem lower in value or worth than it should be.

take up with: You say that someone has taken up with someone unsuitable when they have begun a sexual or friendly relationship with them, and you disapprove of this.

like taking candy from a baby: very easy

give-and-take: If you say that something requires give and take, you mean that people must compromise or co-operate for it to be successful .

take out insurance: If you take out insurance, you purchase coverage from an insurance company .

root: The roots of a plant are the parts of it that grow under the ground.

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Однокоренные слова:

undertaking - предприятие, обязательство, начинание, предпринимающий
takings - выручка, сбор
overtaking - обгон

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