take

[teɪk] [tek]
  • 过去式:took;
  • 过去分词:taken;
  • 现在分词:taking;
  • 第三人称单数:takes;
  • 例句
    英语谚语
    英语名言
    同义词
    反义词
    同义词解析
    • 以下这些动词均有"接受,接纳" 的意思
      accept :强调主动地或自愿地接受,或者说,经过考虑后同意接受。
      receive :着重仅仅接到或收到这一支轮船或事实,而不含采取主动或积极行动的意思。
      admit :作"接受"讲时,强调准许或批准。
      take :与receive同意,是receive的日常用法,侧重不带主观意愿地收下或接受。
    • 以下这些动词均有"带,拿,取" 的意思
      bring指从某处把人或物带到或拿到说话者所在的地点,强调方向,不着重方式。
      carry指把物品从一个地方带到另一个地方,不涉及方向,只强调方式。
      take指从说话人或说话人心目中所在处把某人或某物带离开,带到离说话者有一定距离的地方,与bring的方向正相反,侧重方向,不着重方式。
      fetch指一往一返,相当于go and bring,去取了东西或带人再返回到出发处。
      get口语用词,与fetch基本同义,语气随便。
      convey指通过中间人传递信息,或以某种方式把人或物送到目的地。
      transport指使用车辆或机械设备把人或货物从一处运载到另一处。
    • 以下这些动词均包含 "花费" 的意思
      cost指花费时间、金钱、劳力等。其主语是物,而不能由人充当,也不用被动形式。
      expend较正式用词,通常指为某一专门目的而花费大量金钱、时间或精力。
      spend普通用词,与cost基本同义,但主语必须是人。
      take普通用词,指需要占用空间、时间或精力等,其主语可以是人,也可以是一件事情。
    • 以下这些动词均有"抓住,握紧" 的意思
      take最普通用词,不带感情色彩。指用手抓、取某东西或控制某物。
      grasp指紧紧抓住、抓牢。
      grab指粗暴而急迫的抓住。
      grip语气比grasp强,指用手的最大力量紧紧抓住。
      clasp指用手紧握或用臂紧抱。
      clutch强调匆忙、紧急地抓、抓紧。
      snatch指突然抢走,侧重动作更快或更具暴力性质。
      seize指突然抓住某物,强调突然的猛烈动作。
    词组
    • be on the take
      (informal)take bribes (非正式)受贿
    • be taken ill
      become ill suddenly 突然生病
    • have what it takes
      (informal)have the necessary qualities for success (非正式)具备成功所需的基本条件
    • take a chair
      sit down 坐下
    • take advantage of (或 take advice etc.)
    • take something as read
      (Brit.)accept something without considering or discussing it; assume something (英)认为…是理所当然的
    • take the biscuit (或 cake)
      (informal)(of a person or incident) be the most remarkable or foolish of their kind (非正式)(人,事情)最出色的;最愚蠢的
    • take five
      (informal, chiefly N. Amer.)have a short break (非正式,主北美)休息一下
    • take a lot of (或some)
      be difficult to do or effect in the specified way 难做
    • take someone in hand
      undertake to control or reform someone 控制某人;改造某人
    • take something in hand
      start doing or dealing with a task 开始处理某事
    • take ill (美
      (informal)become ill, especially suddenly (非正式)(尤指突然地)生病
    • take something ill
      (archaic)resent something done or said (古)对某事极为不满
    • take it from me
      I can assure you 我能向你保证
    柯林斯高阶英汉双解学习词典释义
    英汉词典释义
    英英词典释义
    • Noun
      1. the income arising from land or other property;
      "the average return was about 5%"
      2. the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
    • Verb
      1. carry out;
      "take action""take steps""take vengeance"
      2. as of time or space;
      "It took three hours to get to work this morning""This event occupied a very short time"
      3. take somebody somewhere;
      "We lead him to our chief""can you take me to the main entrance?""He conducted us to the palace"
      4. get into one's hands, take physically;
      "Take a cookie!""Can you take this bag, please"
      5. take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect;
      "His voice took on a sad tone""The story took a new turn""he adopted an air of superiority""She assumed strange manners""The gods assume human or animal form in these fables"
      6. interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression;
      "I read this address as a satire""How should I take this message?""You can't take credit for this!"
      7. take something or somebody with oneself somewhere;
      "Bring me the box from the other room""Take these letters to the boss""This brings me to the main point"
      8. take into one's possession;
      "We are taking an orphan from Romania""I'll take three salmon steaks"
      9. require as useful, just, or proper;
      "It takes nerve to do what she did""success usually requires hard work""This job asks a lot of patience and skill""This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice""This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert""This intervention does not postulates a patient's consent"
      10. pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives;
      "Take any one of these cards""Choose a good husband for your daughter""She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"
      11. travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route;
      "He takes the bus to work""She takes Route 1 to Newark"
      12. receive willingly something given or offered;
      "The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter""I won't have this dog in my house!""Please accept my present"
      13. assume, as of positions or roles;
      "She took the job as director of development"
      14. take into consideration for exemplifying purposes;
      "Take the case of China""Consider the following case"
      15. experience or feel or submit to;
      "Take a test""Take the plunge"
      16. make a film or photograph of something;
      "take a scene""shoot a movie"
      17. remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc. or remove something abstract;
      "remove a threat""remove a wrapper""Remove the dirty dishes from the table""take the gun from your pocket""This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
      18. serve oneself to, or consume regularly;
      "Have another bowl of chicken soup!""I don't take sugar in my coffee"
      19. accept or undergo, often unwillingly;
      "We took a pay cut"
      20. make use of or accept for some purpose;
      "take a risk""take an opportunity"
      21. take by force;
      "Hitler took the Baltic Republics""The army took the fort on the hill"
      22. occupy or take on;
      "He assumes the lotus position""She took her seat on the stage""We took our seats in the orchestra""She took up her position behind the tree""strike a pose"
      23. admit into a group or community;
      "accept students for graduate study""We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member"
      24. ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial;
      "take a pulse""A reading was taken of the earth's tremors"
      25. be a student of a certain subject;
      "She is reading for the bar exam"
      26. take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs;
      "the accident claimed three lives""The hard work took its toll on her"
      27. head into a specified direction;
      "The escaped convict took to the hills""We made for the mountains"
      28. aim or direct at; as of blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment;
      "Please don't aim at your little brother!""He trained his gun on the burglar""Don't train your camera on the women""Take a swipe at one's opponent"
      29. be seized or affected in a specified way;
      "take sick""be taken drunk"
      30. have with oneself; have on one's person;
      "She always takes an umbrella""I always carry money""She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains"
      31. engage for service under a term of contract;
      "We took an apartment on a quiet street""Let's rent a car""Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
      32. receive or obtain by regular payment;
      "We take the Times every day"
      33. buy, select;
      "I'll take a pound of that sausage"
      34. to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort;
      "take shelter from the storm"
      35. have sex with; archaic use;
      "He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"
      36. lay claim to; as of an idea;
      "She took credit for the whole idea"
      37. be designed to hold or take;
      "This surface will not take the dye"
      38. be capable of holding or containing;
      "This box won't take all the items""The flask holds one gallon"
      39. develop a habit;
      "He took to visiting bars"
      40. proceed along in a vehicle;
      "We drive the turnpike to work"
      41. obtain by winning;
      "Winner takes all""He took first prize"
      42. be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness;
      "He got AIDS""She came down with pneumonia""She took a chill"
    行业词典
    • 体育: 提子;起跳;
      法律: 采取;
      药学: 成活;