tak

taket

tak

taken

Substantiv
Vanligast byggnadskonst
tak
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Ett tak är ett byggnadselement som utgör den övre begränsningen av en byggnad, även innertak

Synonymer

Vanlig

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bildligt

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  • Engelska
  • roof [ handel ]



take

take

takes

took

taken

taking

Verb
  • "Take any one of these cards"
  • "He took her hand"
  • "Take these letters to the boss"
  • "Take a swipe at one's opponent"
  • "can you take me to the main entrance?"
  • Svenska
  • ta Ungefär
  • ha [ vanliga uttryck ]
as of time or space:
  • "It takes an expert to notice the difference"
  • "It took four men to shift the piano"
  • "I took three hours to get to work this morning"
  • "take some food"
  • "Take a cookie!""
  • "the car takes five people"
  • "How should I take this message?"

Synonymer

take into one's possession
  • "We are taking an orphan from Romania"
  • "I'll take three salmon steaks"
  • "He was taken ill"
  • "take a liking in"
  • "the pizzeria takes £5000 a week"
  • "This will take a long time to do"

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  • "We take the UNT every day"

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take by force
  • "Hitler took the Baltic Republics"
  • "The army took the fort on the hill"
  • Svenska
  • inta [ bildligt ]
  • intaga [ militärväsen ]

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  • "Do you take my meaning?"

Synonymer

  • "take a decision"
religion
  • "The bishop took the service"
  • "They took an apartment"

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  • "He take notes"
  • "He was taken by the police"
  • "take measures"
  • "He takes Italian at the university"

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sport
  • "she took the first set"

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  • win

    [ vardagligt ]
  • "take shelter from the storm"
have sex with; archaic use
  • "He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable"
obtain by winning: "Winner takes all"
  • "He took first prize"

Synonymer

  • win

    [ vardagligt ]
lingvistik
  • "This word takes the verb..."

taken

Adjektiv

Synonymer

having possession gained especially by force or effort
be affected with an indisposition
  • "couldn't tell when he would be taken drunk"
  • "the child was taken ill"