Phrasal verbs are ‘multi-word verbs’ in which one word is a verb while the other may be a preposition or adverb. And, today in this lesson, we are going to see 10 phrasal verbs starting with the verb TAKE. Make sure to learn to improve your English Speaking.
Phrasal verbs with TAKE
Given below is the list of 8 Phrasal Verbs with Take:
1. Take after
Meaning: Resemble; (Note: It is used for people)
Example: Both my sister and I take after my father.
2. Take/bring back
Example: This book is due tomorrow, I guess I should take it back to the library.
3. Take care of
Meaning: Provide care for; watch one’s health
Example: You have been working too hard lately. You’d better take care of yourself.
4. Take care of
Meaning: Make arrangements (for something to happen); take responsibility for
Example: Will you take care of making reservations for our flight to London.
5. Take off
Meaning: Remove (something you are wearing)
Example: Please take your hat off when you go inside a building.
6. Take off
Meaning: Leave; depart (often suddenly or quickly)
Example: When does your plane take off?
7. Take off
Meaning: Make arrangements to be absent from work
Example: Susan is not here today. She is taking today and tomorrow off.
8. Take up
Meaning: Begin ( a hobby or leisure-time activity)
Example: I’ve never been skiing, but I think I’d like to take it up.