Phrasal Verb: Take in

Phrasal Verb: Take in


Meaning: Absorb information

Example: The lecture was rather boring and I didn't TAKE IN much of what the lecturer said.

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Phrasal Verb: Take in


Meaning: Deceive

Example: She TOOK me IN with her story until someone told me the truth.

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Phrasal Verb: Take in


Meaning: Make clothes smaller

Example: The jacket was far too big around the shoulders, so I had it TAKEN IN so that I could wear it.

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Phrasal Verb: Take in


Meaning: Assume care or support

Example: The family TOOK IN the three homeless kittens.

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