Take a look at



Turn your attention to, examine, as in Take a look at that new building , or The doctor took a look at Gene’s throat and swollen glands . For a synonym, see take a gander at

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    take a meet

  • Take an interest

    1. Be concerned or curious, as in She really takes an interest in foreign affairs, or I wish he’d take an interest in classical music. 2. Share in a right to or ownership of property or a business, as in He promised to take an interest in the company as soon as he could afford […]



  • Take a nosedive

    take a load off

  • Take a number

    take a number



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