Phrasal Verb: Take out

Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Borrow a library book

Example: I TOOK OUT all the books I needed for my essay from the library.

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Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Borrow money from a bank or other official lender

Example: Jackie and Anil TOOK OUT a mortgage to buy a bigger flat.

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Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Extract or remove

Example: The dentist TOOK OUT all of my wisdom teeth before they started causing any problems.

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Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Go out socially with someone, especially a date

Example: He TOOK her OUT to a restaurant last Friday night.

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Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Obtain insurance

Example: I TOOK OUT some health insurance before I went backpacking around Latin America.

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Phrasal Verb: Take out


Meaning: Kill, murder

Example: The gang TOOK him OUT after he spoke to the police.

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