Take notes



Also, make notes. Record one’s observations or what one hears in order to help recall them later. For example, Jim never takes notes in class and I think he’ll regret it, or The decorator made notes of window measurements and other dimensions. [ Mid-1500s ]

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    noun 1. a taking or setting off; the leaving of the ground, as in leaping or in beginning a flight in an airplane. 2. a taking off from a starting point, as in beginning a race. 3. the place or point at which a person or thing takes off. 4. a humorous or satirical imitation; […]

  • Take offense

    Feel resentment or emotional pain, as in I didn’t realize he’d take offense when he wasn’t invited. [ Mid-1800s ]



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    Assume an official position or employment, as in The new chair takes office after the first of the year. [ Mid-1800s ]

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