Phrasal verbs con el verbo take

En esta lección aprenderemos los phrasal verbs más comúnmente usados con take.

Ejemplos de Phrasal verbs con take

PHRASAL VERBS con el verbo TakeSIGNIFICADO EJEMPLOS
take apart

take something apart

desmontarMy daughter loves to take the body parts of her dolls apart.
take back something

take something back

devolverle algo a la persona u organización de donde lo tomó prestadoYou have to take these books back to the library.
take back something

take something back

decir que no quisiste decir lo que dijiste o escribisteI’m taking back what I just said. I didn’t mean them.
take aside

take somebody aside

separar a alguien de un grupo de personas para hablar con él en privadoMy manager took me aside to ask what went wrong with the reports I submitted.
take offdejar un lugar de repente sin decirle a nadie a dónde vasShe was so mad that she just took off without eating her dinner.
take offquitarse la ropaThe weather got so much hotter that she took off her jacket.
take offdespegar

 

The plane took off ten minutes earlier than scheduled.
take offtener éxito

 

Her career took off after she admitted her mistakes in public.
take up

take something up

comenzar a hacer un trabajo o actividad en particularI took up collecting Star Wars figures when I was fifteen.
take away

take something away

restar (matemáticas)

 

If you take away five from twelve, what will you have?
take away

take something away

llevar comida a casa desde un restauranteI don’t want to eat my dinner here on my own so I’ll take it away.
take away from somethinghacer que el valor de algo parezca menosShe cheated on the exams, and that took away from her achievements.
take in

take something in

mirar algo con mucho cuidado notando todos los detallesHe showed me the old photos of her family, but I didn’t really take them in. I was so exhausted from work.
take in

take something in

dar hogar a alguien

 

My family took her in after her parents died in a car accident.
take in

take something in

engañar

 

We were all taken in by Larry – we thought he really was an honest businessman.
take outsubscribir o registrar algo oficialmenteMary has taken out a year’s membership in a sports club.
taken tocomenzar a hacer algo a menudoSince her membership in the sports club, Mary has taken to going to swimming every night.
taken up withmuy ocupado haciendo algoThe boss was so taken up with the signing of the documents that he forgot his meeting.
take up onaceptarShe wouldn’t take up on my offer to have dinner with me because of her previous engagements.
take it out ofhacer que alguien se sienta muy cansadoHer workload really takes it out of her, but she doesn’t have time to relax.
be taken abackestar conmocionadoI was taken aback by the way he treats his parents. That was so rude of him!
take after somebodyparecerse a un padre (apariencia o comportamiento)I take after my mother. We have the same skin color and the same deep-set brown eyes.
take downseparar las piezas de una estructuraThe building was so old that they decided to take it down.
take downanotar, escribir

 

Don’t forget to take down notes at the meeting.
take for somethingconsiderar comoI don’t like to be taken for a fool. I really hate it.
take onaceptar una responsabilidad

 

My father plans to retire early, so I have to take on his position in the company.
take onemplear o contratar a alguienWe have to take on new workers to meet the demands this month.
take overganar controlAfter the death of the CEO, ABC Inc. will take over the company.
take outinvitar y salir con alguienCan I take you out for lunch?

 

take outsacar dinero del banco, cajero, etc.I ran out of cash, so I had to take out some money from the ATM.

Phrasal Verbs con el verbo Take

Ejercicios de Phrasal verbs con take

Elige el significado de los phrasal verbs con el verbo take subrayados.

  1. Tell me you don’t mean what you said.  Take it back! (to say that you didn’t mean what you’ve said or written)
  1. return something to the person or organization where you borrowed it from
  2. to say that you didn’t mean what you’ve said or written
  1. You need to take back the books you borrowed. (return something to the person or organization where you borrowed it from)
  1. return something to the person or organization where you borrowed it from
  2. to say that you didn’t mean what you’ve said or written
  1. She likes to take apart the parts of her electric guitar. (to disassemble)
  1. to disassemble
  2. to invite to dinner
  1. She took me aside and asked about what happened during the meeting. (separate someone from a group of people to talk to him privately)
  1. separate someone from a group of people to talk to him privately
  2. separate someone from a group of people to introduce to other people
  1. Liza took up her Masters in the US a month ago. (start doing a particular activity)
  1. start doing a particular activity
  2. finish doing a particular activity
  1. Her busy work schedule takes it out of her. (make feel very tired)
  1. make feel very tired
  2. make feel very happy
  1. I was taken aback by what happened to her. (be shocked)
  1. be shocked
  2. be sad
  1. I take after my dad. We have the same height and the same complexion. (resemble a parent in look, behavior, etc.)
  1. resemble a parent in look, behavior, etc.
  2. resemble an opposite look, feature, etc.
  1. Don’t take me for a fool. I know what I saw. (to regard as)
  1. to regard as
  2. to feel as
  1. My father had to take over the company for a short period of time. (gain control)
  1. gain control
  2. gain access to information

 

Busca el significado de los phrasal verbs subrayados usando el significado en las cajas.

take off
  • leave a place suddenly without telling anyone where you’re going
  • remove clothing
  • airplane begins to fly
  • to become successful
take away
  • remove something
  • subtract (mathematics)
  • carry food from a restaurant
take down
  • separate the pieces of a structure
  • write down

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a. The plane took off on time. (airplane begins to fly)

b. She was so angry that she took off for a few hours. (leave a place suddenly without telling anyone where you’re going)

c. You have to take off your shirt; you’re soaking wet from the rain. (remove clothing)

d. Her career took off in a matter of in a matter of months. (became successful)

a.  Please take these cats away. I’m allergic to them. (remove something)

b. Just take away five hundred dollars from the eight hundred dollars I owe you. (subtract)

c. I couldn’t finish all the food so I asked the waiter to put it in a bag so I could take it away. (carry food from a restaurant)

a. The company had to take down the old building because it’s not safe anymore. (separate the pieces of a structure)

b. Don’t forget to take down everyone’s name, ok? (write down)

Ejercicios de comunicación de Phrasal verbs con take

  1. When you were a student, do you take down notes? How does technology help the students now when it comes to taking down notes?
  2. Have you experienced being taken for granted? How did it affect you?
  3. Have you taken out any membership to clubs, associations, etc.? Tell more about it.
  4. What is the most famous and most expensive membership club in your country? Elaborate further.
  5. Who do you take after? Describe yourself.