Poll: In British English, 'I just took it' means...

In British English, 'I just took it' means...

I took it recently.
It was all that I took.

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  • Votes: 553
  • Comments: 6
  • Added: August 2003

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Comments:

Willbut

It could mean either, couldn't it?

grahamcurrie

I read it as "I took it without any regards to other issues"

ajay

took means what if u know that send me my mail ok na bye

steph

Somebody please tell me why this page doesn't show th correct answer!!!!!!!!

AlexCaM

steph > 1st. your point is rather good; 2nd. maybe because this is just a poll ... ;))

haha

This is Dr. Young speaking and i'm an english teacher from Britain! It can mean either... And we also use it like "I just took it to mean that blahblahblahbla..." So there's 3 meanings!
Cheerio! ready 4 some fish and chips?

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