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take place   (起こる)

Settlement did not take place right away, however.

Pupation take place in a close, ovoid silk cocoon.

Occasionally, large thefts of diamonds take place.

take part   (参加する)

Acts from all over Asia and other areas take part.

About a third of students take part in AP classes.

Public were invited to take part in this stoning.

take up   (取り上げる)

Thomas left Britain to take up a post in Calcutta.

He also encouraged others to take up the inquiry.

DDOT expected the work would take up to four years.

not take   (取らない)

Settlement did not take place right away, however.

His older brother said he should not take the job.

The teams did not take team names for this special.

take advantage   (利用する)

Unfortunately, they didn't take advantage of it.

No one will take advantage of my family again.

"When I see green, I take advantage of it."

did not take

Settlement did not take place right away, however.

The teams did not take team names for this special.

take care   (気を付けて)

They say the school promised to take care of her.

I was just trying to take care of him," she said.

He will take care of the appearance of the mansion.

take control   (制御する)

At the other end, Morris began to take control.

She responds that North Wind would take control instead.

That afternoon the Germans began to take control of Namur.

take off

On the field, the recruits watch Putnam take off.

It flies well, and can take off without taxiing.

During the next 2 years Meighan's career would take off.

decided to take

Eighteen nobles decided to take matters into their hands.

On one visit he decided to take the revolver home with him.

He decided to take up writing once again.

able to take   (取ることができます)

He was later able to take some law school classes.

And he’s able to take anyone on with just one hand!"

Despite the hardship, he was able to take art lessons.

began to take

At the other end, Morris began to take control.

Disease began to take its toll and scores of men died.

He consciously began to take pictures at the age of 17.

take into account   (考慮する)

Such analyses do not take into account future reserve growth.

Brock did not take into account that Little Rock is a small city.

The BMI also fails to take into account loss of height through ageing.

take action   (行動する)

Nevertheless, Israel felt it needed to take action.

And so, I'm asking—no, demanding—we take action now.

Homer decides to take action by looking for it.

take the lead   (誘導して)

Wisconsin scored two subsequent baskets to take the lead.

He sent Natanel Horovitz to take the lead.

With six laps to go, Dixon slipped by Andretti to take the lead.

scheduled to take   (取る予定)

The Eighth meeting is scheduled to take place in 2013.

The slalom race is scheduled to take place on 16 March.

The following races were scheduled to take place in 2018.

take charge   (指揮を取る)

It wasn't like I said, OK, I'm going to take charge."

The first step is to request the police to take charge.

He sent General Juan Roquillo to take charge.

take the form

Zhuang folk stories often take the form of songs.

Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms (e.g.

They usually take the form of Iceman's glasses.

not take place   (起こらない)

Settlement did not take place right away, however.

During World War II, the fair did not take place.

The production however did not take place.

take revenge   (復讐をします)

Kasi is furious and wants to take revenge on Balu.

Puli Dora furiously says that he will take revenge.

Kuppusamy is determined to take revenge on Baasi.

take down   (降ろす)

in order to make a deal to take down Andrew Forson.

But will they be enough to take down Singletery?

bondik tried to take down Twistzz, but he fell.

refused to take   (取ることを拒否した)

They refused to take their men off the ship.

Chamlong refused to take part, instead standing by Prem.

They refused to take part in either training or matches14.

order to take   (取るために)

She stood up from her wheelchair in order to take her vows.

Players could also attack planets in order to take control of them.

Cardo and Leon resolve to join forces in order to take down Alakdan.

decides to take

Elsa decides to take their children to Switzerland.

Homer decides to take action by looking for it.

She eventually resigns and decides to take up teaching.

not take part

Stewart's corps also not take part in the Jonesboro.

In 1997, it did not take part in the General Elections.

Therefore, Khrushchev would not take part in the summit.

required to take

All students are required to take part in the events.

A bond of $140,000 was required to take office.

Students in the Latin School are required to take Latin.

does not take

The bank does not take the $1000 out of its reserves.

The system does not take account of surface treatment.

This does not take away anyone's freedom to be immoral.

take effect

The new regulations were to take effect the next day.

The new minimum wage will take effect from January 1.

The changes are scheduled to take effect on 1 April 2022.

take away

Therefore, it is necessary to take away the excess.

If you take away my children, am I still a-mother."

Because you can only take away my so-called freedom.

failed to take

He besieged Benevento, but failed to take Lambert.

The Principality of Tver failed to take it in 1273.

In February 1811, Morelos failed to take the city of Acapulco.

expected to take   (取ると予想される)

Repairs were expected to take seven to fourteen days.

Ground breaking is expected to take place during 2013.

Construction process was expected to take seven years.

forced to take

Street was forced to take him as punishment for earlier actions.

Shea's superiors were finally forced to take a more direct approach.

If they violate the law, their videos will be forced to take down on YouTube.

take back   (取り戻す)

Those are some of the things that I would like to take back.

The rest of it I might take back...I don't even believe in hell.

Hal forms a plan with the locals to take back the town in 5 days.

not to take

He ultimately chose not to take on the project.

He was ordered by a judge not to take such action again.

That's not to take any blame away from him.

take command

John Damon] is directed to take command till further orders."

The three then stage a violent uprising and take command of the ship.

Soon Greisert would be transferred to the east to take command of III Gruppe of JG 3.

wanted to take

I have always wanted to take the realism approach.

So I just wanted to take the energy to the next level.

It was sort of a challenge I wanted to take on, I guess".

unable to take   (取れない)

Alfred blockaded them but was unable to take Wareham by assault.

Rhadamistus is unable to take the fortress by assault or by siege.

Germanicus was unable to take the well-fortified Splonum by storm.

allowed to take

They were allowed to take risks in their job location.

Building societies were allowed to take deposits from the public.

take more

Binary search trees take more space than sorted arrays.

The trip would take more than 13 months.

Practical functions frequently take more arguments than this.

take refuge   (避難する)

Both men had to take refuge in Lucius Octavius’ house.

The prefect David Dautresme had to take refuge on the roof.

Let us take refuge here, Edgardo, at the foot of the altar.

then take

They would then take it in turns to choose an icon.

The remainder of the ceremony could then take place.

The league will then take a break for the League Cup.

take possession   (所有する)

Aimery sent Reynald Barlais to take possession of Jaffa.

Evil spirits may take possession of him.

The task before them is to take possession of the Promised Land.

take all

They take all of the temps with them, leaving Alina all alone.

It would take all their strength, and teamwork, to survive every escapade they have.

"Hiddink will never take all the credit for himself, he will also involve his staff in it.

take responsibility   (責任を取る)

A video designer may take responsibility for any or all of the following.

In his autobiography, Love writes: "I take responsibility for an idea that didn't work.

It was considered that he should take responsibility for any crimes committed by his wife.

students take

About a third of students take part in AP classes.

The majority of students take A level courses.

tried to take

The Ottomans had tried to take over Mani in 1770.

bondik tried to take down Twistzz, but he fell.

In 1817, tried to take the plaza of Guanajuato.

take turns

Players now take turns drawing one card at a time.

Players take turns to deal, in a clockwise order.

Two players take turns moving troops across the board.

agreed to take

Savage eventually agreed to take on the role.

They agreed to take her as their queen.

Columbanus agreed to take up the issue on behalf of the king.

attempt to take   (取ろうとする)

The Chinese did not attempt to take the offensive again.

's attempt to take over his home town Erie, Pennsylvania.

John Scott was later court-marshalled after a botched attempt to take St. Kitts.

take his place   (彼の代わりに)

King Robert Baratheon persuades Eddard to take his place.

Steve DeLine was signed to take his place.

Detroit soon signed free agent defenseman Ian White to take his place.

take a break   (休憩する)

MDO was found to take a break from the industry .

The league will then take a break for the League Cup.

This encouraged users to take a break every 90 minutes.

take several

In general, predicates can take several variables.

Learning TCM pulse diagnosis can take several years.

Treatment of alcoholism may take several forms.

attempted to take

Gamora attempted to take the Soul Gem from Adam Warlock.

They attempted to take control of the gun battery on the islands.

The initial German attack on 14 September attempted to take the city in a rush.

going to take

I'm going to take your head off and spit in it."

It wasn't like I said, OK, I'm going to take charge."

I am going to take revenge this way and then go to the asylum."

take time

Rumki stayed in a difference from him, tried to take time on it over.

These are intended to be simple applications that do not take time to launch.

The ʻUlīʻulī are made of various materials and take time to assemble properly.

only take   (取るだけ)

Because you can only take away my so-called freedom.

He will only take action if we fail to defeat Gongsun Yuan.

Children may only take this class once.

students to take

In November, 2013, she encouraged her students to take part in the EuroMaidan protests.

The school offers a block style schedule which allows students to take eight classes a year.

This program allows students to take two, as opposed to one, art credit beginning in grade nine.

take the place   (代わりに)

This collecting can take the place of fetishization of a single film.

CDJs can take the place of turntables or be used together with turntables.

This may take the place of – and even ignore – political readings of the director.

did take

This time Ince did take a penalty but saw it saved.

There it catered primarily for boarders but did take some day-boys.

Slow reductions did take place.

managed to take

She managed to take second place from the last spot of 15th.

At km 89, Worrack, Arndt, Wild and Visser managed to take off.

Despite this, "Calpe" managed to take on and care for 278 casualties.

take place during   (中に起こる)

Births tend to take place during the wet season.

Ground breaking is expected to take place during 2013.

The tournament will take place during May 2018 in Thailand.

often take   (しばしば取る)

Zhuang folk stories often take the form of songs.

However, clinical trials often take years to complete.

Between them these often take up a whole page.

used to take

The device is also used to take photos of the rover.

It started in 1998, and it used to take place in September.

Older jeeps are used to take people to nearby hilly regions.

willing to take   (喜んで取る)

A dancer has to have a really open mind, and be willing to take a risk."

However, in Polish society there were people willing to take such a risk.

But looking around there is no political grouping willing to take a stance against that.

want to take

He really doesn't want to take part in the competition.

We don't want to take the world by storm.

I want to take on the world.

invited to take

Public were invited to take part in this stoning.

Eighteen teams were invited to take part in the race.

Seventeen teams were invited to take part in the race.

take no

He also claimed to take no pleasure in killing.

Barrington had been ordered by Close to take no chances, but E.W.

Unofficially, we are telling you... take no prisoners from U-boats."

take full

Miami could not take full advantage of Akron's mistakes.

Elgar was the first composer to take full advantage of this technological advance.

Both critics and audiences said the film did not take full advantage of its premise.

take shape   (形をとる)

With this, an "embryonic soul" begins to take shape.

The Des Moines skywalk also began to take shape during the 1980s.

The small town began to take shape, becoming self-governing in 1829.

trying to take

I was just trying to take care of him," she said.

Worried that David is trying to take his throne, Saul turns on David.

He was believed to have been trying to take photographs of the NDP fireworks.

opportunity to take

MHS students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement classes.

As it happened Roelfzema had been studying hard and took this opportunity to take exams.

Canal travel was, for many, an opportunity to take in the sublime and commune with nature.

take steps   (踏み出す)

We have to take steps for the peace and well being of the region.

Casinos take steps to prevent this.

Then you need to take steps to ensure this will never happen again."

planned to take

Romania planned to take an offensive action on 16 April 1919.

Van Pelt said he planned to take an accounting job in Chicago.

He planned to take her to a cabin to help her begin to recover.

prepared to take

Philip accepted, and prepared to take the club forward into the new decade.

Lon Nol remained in power in part because none of the others were prepared to take his place.

He added that the War Cabinet was prepared to take full responsibility for any unsuccessful outcomes.

started to take

Mola started to take part in junior triathlons in 2005.

At the same time, the Romans started to take over parts of Western Seleucia.

As the formula gathered momentum, though, constructors started to take note.

events take

The Storybrooke events take place after "Broken".

The events take place at Autódromo de Tocancipá.

Occasionally poetry readings and other events take place here.

take courses

Millennium students can also take courses at Piedmont High.

For STEM, students make take courses in engineering or computer science.

All lawyers are however required to take courses regarding personal law.

take many

If the condition is more severe, it may take many years.

Complete digestion of a snail can take many hours, even days.

Self-integrity can take many forms.

events take place   (イベントが開催されます)

The Storybrooke events take place after "Broken".

The events take place at Autódromo de Tocancipá.

Occasionally poetry readings and other events take place here.

take place before   (前に開催)

The fight was ordered to take place before the end of 2016.

Both ram muay and wai khru take place before all traditional muay Thai matches.

General Election 1939/40: Another General Election was required to take place before the end of 1940.

take action against   (に対して行動を起こす)

Fury organises the settlers to take action against Trist.

The magistrate agreed to take action against those who were involved.

July also saw Carlos Ghosn take action against French mass-media for libel.

take a more

Other firms take a more nationwide approach.

Shea's superiors were finally forced to take a more direct approach.

Since 2016, and especially in 2017, some jurisdictions began to take a more interventionist approach.

continued to take

Salt-making continued to take place near the Adur estuary.

Potter continued to take graduate courses until his death.

Day continued to take on challenging and difficult projects.

tries to take

Shake tries to take the teddy bear, but he loses his hand.

Bo refuses and shoots Roy when he tries to take the gun away.

Elsa moves out, then Anne tries to take Cécile under her wing.

take office

A bond of $140,000 was required to take office.

After federal intervention they were allowed to take office in 1870.

Senators are popularly elected and take office January 3 for a six-year term.

take place each   (それぞれ開催する)

More than 1,000 performances take place each year.

The race is scheduled to take place each year in February.

The race is scheduled to take place each year on Easter Monday.

take home   (家に持って帰る)

A 63rd place at the in Tokyo sufficed to take home the award.

All participants were able to take home a poster of their own design.

I hope to see The Wrecking take home an award for this fantastic project!"

take a position

In 1912, Ames moved to London to take a position with a firm in the city.

She noted they tried to persuade her to take a position behind the scenes.

He moved to Los Angeles to take a position in film marketing with Seineger & Associates.

ready to take   (準備ができて)

She answered immediately, she was ready to take on the lyrics.

In the event of computer failure, Borman was ready to take over.

During the occasion a guest book was ready to take contributions from all the guests.

time to take

It's just time to take things to a higher level.

Once again, he returned to Croatia, this time to take over NK Zagreb.

It was time to take stock, to settle down and to consider the future path.

take long   (長い時間がかかります)

But if he ain't, it don't take long to call the roll."

Unfortunately, it didn't take long for resistance to begin.

The two would take long walks together discussing their work.

take place between   (間に起こる)

Reactions can take place between two solids.

The events of the movie take place between episodes 29 and 30.

The events of the specials take place between episodes 29 and 30.

take another   (別を取る)

He couldn't take another heartache and decides to leave.

She says she would take another love.

It could be done all of a sudden in two months, or it could take another year.

wants to take

Kasi is furious and wants to take revenge on Balu.

Now she wants to take revenge on Thakur and his team.

The mine inspector then tells her he wants to take her to safety.

usually take

Students at the school usually take IB exams in May.

They usually take the form of Iceman's glasses.

These conventions usually take place in August.

attempts to take

A prison SWAT team attempts to take him out.

In the end, the Traitor attempts to take her soul but fails and retreats.

Each player attempts to take out the opponent's chariot on the way to the finish.

take a job

Sire left CSN Bay Area in early 2013 to take a job with ESPN.

On April 20, Watanabe left his village to take a job in Tokyo.

Jude becomes angry with Shauna and she decides to take a job in Melbourne.

take pictures   (写真を撮る)

He consciously began to take pictures at the age of 17.

She was pulled by several fans who wanted to take pictures with her.

Thus he learned to appreciate nature and then, to take pictures of it.

due to take

National B&B Week 2020 is due to take place from 16 – 22 March 2020.

Zurich Airport was in dense fog when the plane was due to take off at 06:00 UTC.

The next elections to Tewkesbury Town Council are due to take place in May 2019.

take shelter   (避難する)

The druid leads them to a hamlet where they take shelter in a cottage.

Edes sent "Arabella" to Macao to take shelter under the Portuguese guns.

This warning required schools to close and advised people to take shelter indoors.