Definisi 'take up'
English to English
verb
1 pursue or resume
Example:
• take up a matter for consideration
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2 adopt
Example:
• take up new ideas
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3 turn one's interest to
Example:
• He took up herpetology at the age of fifty
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4 take up time or space
Example:
• take up the slack
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5 begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job
Example:
• Take up a position
• start a new job
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6 take up and practice as one's own
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7 occupy or take on
Example:
• He assumes the lotus position
• She took her seat on the stage
• We took our seats in the orchestra
• She took up her position behind the tree
• strike a pose
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8 take up a liquid or a gas either by adsorption or by absorption
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9 take out or up with or as if with a scoop
Example:
• scoop the sugar out of the container
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10 accept
Example:
• The cloth takes up the liquid
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11 take in, also metaphorically
Example:
• The sponge absorbs water well
• She drew strength from the minister's words
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12 take up as if with a sponge
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13 return to a previous location or condition
Example:
• The painting resumed its old condition when we restored it
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More Word(s)
suck, sucking, suction, chump, fall guy, draw in, suck in, attract, draw, scoop, scoop shovel, scoopful, chemical science, chemistry, embark, enter, change, adopt, embrace, change state, have, move, accept, turn, dip, mop, mop up, wipe up, blot, absorb, fuel,

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