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French-English translation for: take
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English-French Dictionary: take

NOUN   a take | takes
VERB  to take | took | taken
taking | takes
to take sth. [somewhere]
emporter qc. [quelque part]
to take sth.
prendre qc.
to take sb. [to a different place]
emmener qn.
to take [to last]
to take sth. [consume] [food, medicine]
absorber qc. [consommer] [nourriture, médicament]
to take sth. [exam]
passer qc. [examen]
to take action
passer à l'action
to take care
prendre soin
faire attention
to take cover
to take effect
(commencer à) faire effetpharm.
entrer en vigueurdr.
to take flight
prendre la fuite
to take off
to take off [aeroplane]
to take off [coll.] [leave suddenly]
détaler [fam.]
to take off sth. [coat etc.]
enlever qc. [habillement]
to take offence [Br.]
se froisser [être blessé dans son amour-propre]
to take over [assume responsibility]
prendre en charge
to take over [responsibility etc.]
prendre la relève [fig.]
to take photographs
prendre des photos
to take place
avoir lieu
se dérouler
se tenir [avoir lieu]
to take sb. aback
désarçonner qn. [déconcerter]
to take sb. to sb./sth.
mener qn. à qn./qc.
to take sb./sth. along
emmener qn./qc.
to take shelter
to take steps
faire des démarches
to take sth. (in) [money]
récolter qc. [argent]
to take sth. away
enlever qc. [prendre]
to take sth. literally
prendre qc. au pied de la lettre
to take sth. off
ôter qc.vêt.
to take sth. off [to remove]
enlever qc.
to take sth. out
sortir qc.
to take sth. up [e.g. upstairs]
monter qc.
décollage {m}aviat.
to take (the) inventory
faire l'inventairecompt.
to take / bring in sth.
rentrer qc.
to take / make notes
prendre des notes
to take a bath [Am.]
se baigner [dans une baignoire]
to take a break
prendre une pause
to take a photograph
prendre en photo
to take a picture
prendre une photophoto.
to take a rest
se reposer
to take a test
passer un examen
to take a tumble
faire une chute
to take a tumble [coll.] [also fig. for share values]
dégringoler [fam.]
to take a tumble [fall over]
se casser la figure [fam.] [faire une chute]loc.
to take a walk [Am.]
se balader
se promener
to take advantage of
profiter de
se prévaloir de
to take aim (with sth.)
épauler (qc.)armeschasse
to take care of sb./sth.
s'occuper de qn./qc.
to take care of sth. [deal with]
s'occuper de qc.
to take exception to sth.
se cogner à qc.
to take one's medicine [also fig.]
avaler la pilule [aussi fig.]pharm.
to take over from sb.
prendre la succession de qn.
to take part in
participer à
to take part in sth.
se prêter à qc.
participer à qc.
to take pleasure in sth.
se complaire dans qc.
to take pride in
être fier de
to take responsability for sth.
se charger de qc.
to take sb. back home
ramener qn. [chez soi]
to take sb. by surprise
saisir qn. au dépourvu
prendre qn. au dépourvu
to take sb. to task
prendre qn. à partie
to take sth. away from sb.
ôter qc. à qn.
to take sth. for granted
considérer qc. comme un fait acquisloc.
to take sth. into account
tenir compte de qc.
to take sth. into consideration
envisager qc.
prendre qc. en considération
to take sth. to pieces
décomposer qc.
to take the blame
se poser en coupable
to take the minutes
faire le procès-verbal
to take time off [from work]
se dégager [trouver du temps libre] [fam.]
to take up arms
Take care of yourself!
Fais attention à toi !
Take those / these / them.
Prends-les. [fam.]
to have / take a shower
se doucher
to take (a) size 39 [shoe, boot]
chausser du 39
to take / have a bath
prendre un bain
to take / have a shower
prendre une douche
to take a day off
prendre un jour de congé
to take a photograph of sth.
photographier qc.
to take great pains over sth.
fignoler qc. [soigner]
to take hold of oneself [regain composure]
se ressaisir
to take it out on sb. [to vent one's anger on]
s'en prendre à qn. [passer sa colère sur]loc.
to take no notice of sth.
n'avoir cure de qc.
to take off one's clothes
se déshabiller
to take one step back [fig.]
prendre du recul
to take one's hat off
se découvrir [enlever son chapeau]
to take one's revenge on sb.
se venger de qn.
to take one's seat again
reprendre sa place [se rasseoir]
to take pleasure in doing sth.
se complaire à faire qc.
to take pleasure in it
s'y complaire
to take sth. at face value
prendre qc. pour argent comptantloc.
to take the garbage out [Am.]
sortir les poubelles
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