take in
تلفظ آنلاین

Oxford 3000 vocabularyIDIOM
باز کردن و به داخل کشیدن طنابها ، مغبون کردن ، پذیرفتن ، باور کردن ، درک کردن ، تو گذاشتن ، قانون ـ فقه: مغبون کردن
take in
[verb]
Synonyms:
- understand, absorb, assimilate, comprehend, digest, get the hang of (informal), grasp
- deceive, cheat, con (informal), dupe, fool, hoodwink, mislead, swindle, trick
Related Words: perceive, savvy, absorb, assimilate, digest, flimflam, take, trick

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

take somebody/something ↔ in phrasal verb (see also take)

1. be taken in to be completely deceived by someone who lies to you:
Don’t be taken in by products claiming to help you lose weight in a week.

2. take somebody ↔ in to let someone stay in your house because they have nowhere else to stay:
Brett’s always taking in stray animals.

3. take something ↔ in to understand and remember new facts and information Synonym : absorb:
He watches the older kids, just taking it all in.
His eyes quickly took in the elegance of her dress.

4. take something ↔ in American English to collect or earn a particular amount of money Synonym : take British English

5. to visit a place while you are in the area:
They continued a few miles further to take in Hinton House.

6. American English old-fashioned if you take in a show, play etc, you go to see it

7. take somebody ↔ in British English old-fashioned if the police take someone in, they take them to a police station to ask them questions about a crime:
All five teenagers were arrested and taken in for questioning.

8. take something ↔ in to make a piece of clothing fit you by making it narrower Antonym : let out

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

take in
take in (someone)
1.
to provide a place for someone to live or stay.
His aunt took him in when his mother died.

I couldn't believe Tim wanted us to take in some guy who'd been living on the street.

2.
to deceive someone.
Do you think the teacher was taken in by your excuse?

That sales pitch totally took us in.

take in (something)
1.
to understand the meaning or importance of something.
I had to read the letter twice before I could take in all that it said.

His father described the plan, but Nick's imagination couldn't take it in.

2.
to see something.
We took in the new Scorcese movie last night.

We drove around the island, seeing the sights and taking it all in.

3.
to make clothes smaller.
These pants fit much better since I had them taken in.

4.
to receive money from sales.
The show took in $100,000 over this weekend alone.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

take in something
take in (something)
1.
to understand the meaning or importance of something.
I had to read the letter twice before I could take in all that it said.

His father described the plan, but Nick's imagination couldn't take it in.

2.
to see something.
We took in the new Scorcese movie last night.

We drove around the island, seeing the sights and taking it all in.

3.
to make clothes smaller.
These pants fit much better since I had them taken in.

4.
to receive money from sales.
The show took in $100,000 over this weekend alone.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

take in
1.take in (someone)
to let someone come in, to admit someone
The farmer took the couple in for the night after their car broke down.

2.take in (something)
1). to go and see or visit something
We decided to take in a movie last night.

2). to grasp something with the mind
The course was very difficult but I tried to take in as much as possible.

3). to make something smaller
The tailor took in the waist of my suit pants and now they fit much better.

4.take in (money)
to receive/get money
We were able to take in a lot of money at the charity auction.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

take in something
take in (something)
1. to go and see or visit something
We decided to take in a movie last night.

2. to grasp something with the mind
The course was very difficult but I tried to take in as much as possible.

3. to make something smaller
The tailor took in the waist of my suit pants and now they fit much better.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

take in
v.
1. To include.
The country's boundaries were changed to fake in a piece of land beyond the river.
The class of mammals takes in nearly all warm-blooded animals except the birds.
2. To go and see; visit.
The students decided to take in a movie while they were in town.
We planned to take in Niagara Palls and Yellowstone Park on our trip.
3. To make smaller.
This waistband is too big; it must be taken in about an inch.
They had to take in some sail to keep the ship from turning over in the storm.
4. To grasp with the mind; understand.
He didn't take in what he read because his mind was on something else.
He took in the situation at a glance.
5a. To deceive; cheat; fool.
The teacher was taken in by the boy's innocent manner.
Compare: PUT OVER, ROPE IN.
5b. To accept without question; believe.
The magician did many tricks, and the children took it all in.
6a. To receive; get.
The senior class held a dance to make money and took in over a hundred dollars.
6b. Let come in; admit.
The farmer took in the lost travelers for the night.
When her husband died, Mrs. Smith took in boarders.
7. To see or hear with interest; pay close attention to,
When Bill told about his adventures, the other boys took it all in.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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