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    Sepmre is offline Senior Member
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    Unhappy To take the efforts

    What "took efforts" in the below phrase means?
    Well I know that It can't be a phrasal verb but I couldn't find out what does this phrase mean?


    " A newly gruop took the intial effrots of Hewlet comapny as a starting proposal.

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    Re: To take the efforts

    Quote Originally Posted by Sepmre View Post
    What "took efforts" in the below phrase means?
    Well I know that It can't be a phrasal verb but I couldn't find out what does this phrase mean?


    " A newly gruop took the intial effrots of Hewlet comapny as a starting proposal.

    Thanks
    " A newly gruop took the intial effrots of Hewlet comapny as a starting proposal.
    The above is nonsense.

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