Take a nosedive

take a load off


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  • Take a number

    take a number

  • Take a peek

    take a page from someone’s book

  • Take a pew

    take a pew

  • Take a picture

    Photograph, as in I’d love to take a picture of your garden. This idiom was first used in the 1600s for making a drawing or other portrayal. It was transferred to photography in the mid-1800s.

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