Similar words: take part in, take apart, take place, take pride in, depart, repartee, departure, on the part of. Meaning: v. share in something.
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1. He will take part in this contest.
2. Did you take part in the brawl yesterday?
3. She doesn't usually take part in any of the class activities.
4. People who take part in sports must be in condition.
5. Six theatre companies have been selected to take part in this year's festival.
6. They all dressed up to take part in the New Year's party.
7. Students can either do a dissertation or take part in a practical project.
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8. Please read up the examination regulations before you take part in the examination.
9. He categorically refused to take part in the project.
10. They all had to take part, willy-nilly.
11. I'll have to check her eligibility to take part.
12. I'll take part, but I won't want to lead.
13. They refused to take part in the discussions.
14. You're under no compulsion to take part.
15. We'll take part in a regatta next month.
16. if she would take part.
17. You always take part with the unscrupulous man.
18. I am to be sent to take part in the negotiations with the Japanese government and report on it later.
19. Who has been selected to take part in the project?
20. She could sing a bit and agreed to take part in the show.
21. Many people felt that America ought not to take part in the war.
22. The company fielded a group of experts to take part in the conference.
23. Over 80 cars will take part in the race .
24. Thousands of veterans will take part in a commemoration of the battle.
25. We all had to take part in the training run, with nobody excepted.
26. The following have been chosen to take part:Watts, Hodges and Lennox.
27. You can take part in activities from canoeing to bird watching.
28. Will you feel as if you're missing out if you don't take part in the concert?
29. A number of celebrities will be flying in to take part in the festivities.
30. She thought it most unfair that girls were not allowed to take part.
More similar words: take part in, take apart, take place, take pride in, depart, repartee, departure, on the part of, depart from, part and parcel, make peace with, prepare, take, prepared, stake, separate, take off, take in, take on, take out, take for, takeout, take up, take to, preparing, take away, take hold, mistake, take care, take down.