Phrasal Verbs With Take
Here is a list of phrasal verbs with the word keep. Definition and examples are also given.
Phrasal verbs with take
Take a seat (= sit down)
- Please take a seat. / Please take your seat.
Take power / office
- The new manager will take office in March.
Take cover (= hide)
- They’re shooting at us! Quick, take cover!
Take a risk
- If you can’t take risks you can’t be a successful entrepreneur.
Take the credit
- I did all the work, but Peter took all the credit.
- He took full responsibility for the failure of the project.
- Please don’t take offence at my remarks.
Take interest / take an interest
- I have never taken much interest in gardening.
Can take something or leave it (to not care whether you have, see or do something)
- I like ice cream, but I can take it or leave it. (I don’t really care whether I have ice cream or not.)
Take it from me
An expression used for emphasizing that what you are saying is true and people should believe it