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BETA Spanish-English translation for: take
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English-Spanish Dictionary: take

NOUN   a take | takes
VERB  to take | took | taken
taking | takes
to take sth.
tomar algo
llevar algo
coger algo
Take care!
¡Cuídate!
to take off [aeroplane]
despegar
to take off sth. [clothes]
quitarse a algo [ropa]
to take part [in]
tomar parte [en]
to take place
acaecer
producirse
tener lugar
to take sb. in [orphan etc.]
acoger a algn [huérfano etc.]
to take sb.'s side
apostar por algn
ponerse del lado de algn
to take shelter
resguardarse
to take sth. (along)
llevarse algo
to take sth. away
quitar algo
to take sth. away [subtract]
restar algo [sustraer]
to take sth. down
descolgar algo
to take sth. off [to remove]
quitar algo
to take sth. up
subir algo
take-off
despegue {m}aero.
to take a bath [Am.]
bañarse [lavarse]
to take a dip [swim]
darse un chapuzón
to take a leak [Am.] [sl.]
echarse una araña [orinar] [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]
to take a photograph
fotografiarfoto.
tomar una fotografíafoto.
to take a seat
tomar asiento
to take a shower [Am.]
ducharse
to take a test
hacer un examenedu.
to take a walk [Am.]
pasearse
to take advantage of sth.
aprovechar de algo
to take an oath
jurar
to take care of sb.
cuidar a algn
cuidar de algn
to take it easy
llevarla suave [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]
to take one's medicine
tomarse su medicinafarm.med.
to take one's time
tardar lo suyo
to take over from sb.
tomarle el relevo a algn
to take refuge in sth.
refugiarse en algo
to take revenge for sth.
vengar algo
vengarse de / por algo
to take revenge on sb.
vengarse de / en algn
to take sth. for granted
dar algo por hecho
to take sth. into account
tener algo en cuenta
to take sth. out of sth.
sacar algo de algo
to take the biscuit [Br.] [coll.]
llevarse la palma [col.] [fig.]
to take the hint [coll.] [idiom]
darse por aludido [col.] [locución]
to take turns doing sth.
turnarse para hacer algo
to have / take a dump [vulg.] [coll.] [defecate]
cagar [vulg.]
to not take it personally
no darse por aludido
to take a long time [of things and people]
tardar
He / She couldn't take his eyes off her. [coll.] [idiom]
Se le fueron los ojos a ella. [col.] [locución]
How long will it take?
¿Cuanto va a tardar?
Take your filthy hands off me! [coll.]
¡Quítame esas manazas de encima! [col.]
This process might take several minutes.
Este proceso puede tomar varios minutos.
to take all the necessary steps
dar todos los pasos necesariosloc.
to take each day as it comes [coll.] [idiom]
vivir a salto de mata [col.] [locución]
to take it for granted that ...
dar por sentado que ...
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