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Sentence count:170+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: acceptacquireadmitadoptassumeencountermeetplaytackletaketake overundertakeSimilar words: take outtake offtake overmake outshake offmake overfor the sake oftakeMeaning: v. 1. take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect 2. take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities 3. accept as a challenge 4. admit into a group or community 5. contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle. 
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1. Don't take on more than you can handle.
2. He is always ready to take on heavy responsibilities.
3. No other organisation was able or willing to take on the job.
4. Don't take on more than you can.
5. Why did you take on this assignment if you're so busy?
6. The vice-president must now take on the mantle of supreme power.
7. Nobody was keen to take on such a thankless task.
8. She refused to take on the traditional woman's role.
9. It is up to Europe to take on the mantle of leadership in environmental issues.
10. I don't feel ready to take on new responsibilities.
11. I only take on work that excites me, even if it means turning down lots of money.
12. We can't take on any more work-we're fully stretched as it is.
13. He now felt ready to take on the role of director.
14. Empty houses quickly take on a forlorn look.
15. Democrats were reluctant to take on a president whose popularity ratings were historically high.
16. I don't want to take on any more commitments.
17. Institutions provide a context in which individuals can take on different roles.
18. He has been asked to take on the mantle of managing director in the New York office.
19. We stopped to take on fuel.
20. The party began to take on an unreal,[sentence dictionary] almost nightmarish quality.
21. Tonight they take on a Chinese pairing in their bid to reach the final tomorrow.
22. She was prepared to take on the job, with all its associated risks.
23. I hope that they will take on board some of what you have said.
24. They are not always willing to take on untrained workers, but there's no harm in asking.
25. Small builders cannot see their way clear to take on many trainees.
26. The high style didn't take on for some time.
27. He wants to take on that boxing champion.
28. Life comes with many challenges.The ones that should not scare us are the ones we can take on and take control of.
29. Maturity does not lie in how old you are, but how strong you are to take on responsibilities.
30. He was so happy to leave school, he felt ready to take on the world.
More similar words: take outtake offtake overmake outshake offmake overfor the sake oftakestaketake totake fortake uptake caretake downtake awaytake timetake the roadtake aparttake aftertake placetake turnstake note ofundertaketake care ofby mistaketake the leadtake it easytake part intake chargetake effect
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