Taking

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

taking place   (teniendo lugar)

Huge meetings were taking place all over Australia.

A reunion is rumoured to be taking place by 2015.

The festival has been taking place for over 30 years.

taking part   (Participando)

She meets Jack London taking part in Coxey's Army.

All taking part in the operation were volunteers.

Her son is taking part in a Royalist uprising.

taking up   (tomando)

However, he resigned without taking up the post.

Bhima then, taking up a mace, rush towards Kritavarman.

Jumping down, he rush at him, taking up sword and shield.

before taking

drop the sanga- prefix before taking the prefix.

The flight has to be declared before taking off.

Students must pay for college before taking classes.

taking advantage   (Tomar ventaja)

The first spa building taking advantage of these springs was opened in 1860.

Lloyd confronts Ari in his office and accuses Ari of taking advantage of him.

He has even paid for a coffin, taking advantage of a funeral home's Summer Sale.

taking office

She has sponsored, or co-authored, 72 bills since taking office.

After taking office, he retired from public occupations and then died.

After taking office, Pres.

taking into account   (teniendo en cuenta)

PSNR-HVS-M improves on PSNR-HVS by additionally taking into account visual masking.

These sites will be air-conditioned taking into account the comfort and safety of passengers.

Delegates make decisions as they think is best, taking into account technical criteria and consensus.

taking care   (teniendo cuidado)

Her Bua (maid) is taking care of the entire house.

In "Finale", Alo is taking care of Mini, who is in hospital.

There he finds Uma, whose condition improved, taking care of his child.

began taking

He began taking piano lessons at the age of eight.

At the age of 7, He began taking piano lessons.

A grand jury was empaneled and began taking testimony.

taking off   (Despegando)

The flight has to be declared before taking off.

Ultimately, Marv throws a sign at Moe before taking off.

Almost immediately, planes started landing and taking off there.

taking control   (tomando el control)

Upon taking control the company raised water tariffs by 35%.

Coombes tells Crawford that he is taking control of the outpost.

Sukarno was in the process of forcibly taking control of the islands.

not taking

"), apparently not taking Mouse's wishes into account.

The NYPD was criticized for not taking Mineo's claims seriously.

They're not taking this lightly.

taking the lead   (tomando la iniciativa)

His role in this project was relatively minor, with Lassus taking the lead.

She also added that Tapping is "right at home" taking the lead for the show.

Midway Lady was second on the final turn before taking the lead in the straight.

without taking

However, he resigned without taking up the post.

The new concept enabled the company to grow without taking on debt.

The Sheriff's Department representatives left without taking action.

started taking

At 3am her hull sprang a leak and started taking on water.

In late 1909, he started taking flying lessons from Glenn Curtiss.

And it started taking off for me.

taking the name

He was an Anglican convert, taking the name Andrew David.

In 1763 he joined the Piarist order, taking the name Urban.

Antonia later became a nun, taking the name Sister Beatrice.

before taking up

Both Pelton and Cannon had trained as nurses before taking up the role.

She was a psychotherapist for 15 years before taking up photography in 2014.

She worked in corporate America for 10 years before taking up writing full-time.

taking charge

Graeme Jones was appointed as manager two days later, officially taking charge on 7 May 2019.

Carver left Leeds on 23 October 2006, with David Geddis briefly taking charge of caretaker duties.

He ran away from home several times to avoid taking charge of the family farm as his mother wished.

taking away

Without it, one is unable to discern right from wrong, taking away both freedom and virtue.

It is believed that this oil has magical powers in taking away all the diseases from manhood.

Jin-hyuk plans on taking away everything from Kang-ro, including Hyo-won, whom he still loves.

when taking   (al tomar)

There is the beauty and beast effect when taking this pathway.

The eastbound track is used when taking trains out of service.

Stella befriends Shinn who discovers her identity when taking down the Gaia.

taking a break   (tomando un descanso)

Shagrath had free time due to Dimmu Borgir taking a break after Ozzfest.

In 2011 her official blog announced that she was taking a break from music.

The trend of taking a break during the telethon was started in 1985 by McMahon.

taking down   (derribar)

Fallen tree branches were also responsible for taking down power lines.

Group B started with Gaming taking down Furia eSports with relative ease.

Stella befriends Shinn who discovers her identity when taking down the Gaia.

well as taking   (bien como tomar)

In 1949 he placed third and fourth in the TT as well as taking the North West 200 again.

He scored 480 runs at an average of 34.29, as well as taking 19 wickets as his bowling improved.

He was ordained a brother and studied under Angelo Aniello Fiore as well as taking a trip to Rome.

taking its name

The club was founded in 2002 in El Pari neighborhood in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, taking its name from it.

"Empire" was created in 1972 by Peter Langston, taking its name from a Reed College board game of the same name.

A small community grew up around Joyla's house taking its name from the 3rd century French Saint Martial of Limoges.

then taking

Events of seismic proportions were then taking place in China proper.

We can approximate the integral by generating sample paths and then taking an average.

Dumbravă took the journey, arriving at Mumbai port, and then taking the Indian Railways to Chennai (Madras).

taking action   (tomando acción)

Doers go out and help the cause by taking action.

Now, big companies are taking action, with the help of the IoT.

The Sheriff's Department representatives left without taking action.

taking the place   (tomando el lugar)

They are slowly taking the place of typical regional features.

The principal product of FinalWire is AIDA64, taking the place of Everest.

It has been considered as taking the place of the old traditional religions.

taking pictures   (tomando fotos)

But my memory of what I saw made me want to start taking pictures."

We saw one of our 'police' that guard the compound taking pictures."

taking all

After taking all her valuables, they sank Katharina into the Danube.

It immediately became Quebec City's CBC Television affiliate, taking all English language programming from CFCM.

On April Fool's Day, Senator Clinton jokingly challenged Obama to a "bowl-off," with the winner taking all the delegates.

taking effect

He retired in 1964, taking effect in 1965.

He held the seat until his defeat in 1937, taking effect in 1938.

He held the seat until his retirement in 1970, taking effect in 1971.

taking home   (llevándose a casa)

69% of Pick'em predictions had Astralis taking home the trophy.

The United States has also had a lesser dominance, taking home 27 World Titles.

He also shattered Earl Anthony's single-season earnings record, taking home $134,500 in prize money.

taking command

Clayton took over Stewart's division, the latter taking command of the III corps.

He served as executive officer of 's Gold Crew before taking command of in March 1991.

Harrison's first plan on taking command was to march his men north and recover Detroit.

taking the title   (tomando el título)

Orlando Pirates came close to taking the title in the final game.

He led Canada to the finals against Russia, taking the title by an 8–0 score.

In the championship playoff, Pescadores won all of their matches, taking the title out of Agrária.

taking more

But recently NHB is in government control by taking more than 51% stack.

This would require a series of one-game playoffs, taking more than one day.

Also in 1978 Stubbs began taking more matches in the Mid-Atlantic territory.

taking into consideration   (tomando en consideración)

But, taking into consideration the relations between China and the Soviet Union at that time, this was not said publicly."

The brit is performed on the eighth day from the baby's birth, taking into consideration that according to the Jewish calendar, the day begins at the sunset of the day before.

Above and Beyond a reasoned vineyard management, Duval-Leroy has developed a precise program of wine growing taking into consideration environmental and statutory constraints.

taking photographs   (tomar fotografías)

Tsukiko is now shown leading a normal life, still taking photographs and being interested in art.

Wanbi's hobbies are watching movies, reading comic strips, taking photographs and drinking milk tea.

She decides to accompany Will on his journey, acting as his interpreter, while taking photographs too.

up taking

However Frankie Avalon ended up taking the role instead.

She ended up taking the third-place slot with 117 points.

The Sinton’s end up taking Billy in to care for him themselves.

taking refuge

The young widow refused and fled, taking refuge in the castle of Como.

UN has said that up to 20,000 people left the region, taking refuge in nearby Cameroon and Nigeria.

The floods left 3,000 people homeless, many of whom are taking refuge in government buildings in Jos.

taking classes

Students must pay for college before taking classes.

He began taking classes at Roosevelt University in Chicago.

She learnt the accordion in a music school before taking classes in singing.

taking time

Before quitting CBS, Downs considered taking time off to write a novel.

This was his final film before taking time to recuperate from a back injury.

She then attended one year of a copywriting/advertising course before taking time out from education.

taking only   (tomando solo)

He made only five County Championship appearances, taking only nine wickets at 42.22.

He began a meatless diet, taking only milk and vegetables, and soon regained his health.

He played another two matches in 1911, but had little success, taking only one more wicket.

taking the first

In 2000, he made history by taking the first FIFA Club World Championship.

After taking the first set in a tiebreak, she lost the next two sets 6–4, 6–0.

The Bryans got a first set chest bump after taking the first set point on a down-the-middle backhand.

events taking

with all events taking place at the Sajik Swimming Pool.

It also includes information on French cultural events taking place in North America.

Maharaja Churachand sent a warning to Irabot on the events taking place in his absence.

taking responsibility

She is a bit of a handful and a party girl and does not like taking responsibility.

“I think it’s a way of interpreting technology in which people forgot taking responsibility,” he says.

"It's not an exit strategy, it's about assisting the Afghans" in taking responsibility for their own security, she explained.

events taking place   (eventos que tienen lugar)

with all events taking place at the Sajik Swimming Pool.

It also includes information on French cultural events taking place in North America.

Maharaja Churachand sent a warning to Irabot on the events taking place in his absence.

taking the form

when his teachings were taking the form of a canonical corpus...

I had been attracted to the idea of pure creativity, taking the form of abstract art.

"Enter the Gungeon" features a weapon called "Casey," taking the form of a baseball bat.

taking place between   (teniendo lugar entre)

It is taking place between 20 February 2020 and 22 March 2020.

Bray was only married once, the wedding probably taking place between 1632 and 1636.

"Lost Episode" involves a 'missing' chapter of "Dirge of Cerberus" taking place between two events of the main game.

capable of taking

However, when called on, she was more than capable of taking care of herself.

Is anyone actually capable of taking to the road without ending up in a car wreck?"

Players won by destroying his opponent's Five Shields with creatures, with each shield capable of taking 4 points of damage.

taking the role   (tomando el papel)

However Frankie Avalon ended up taking the role instead.

Sartori has taking the role of director Sunderland A.F.C.

The camps were brought back to their initial missions since 1945, taking the role of training and transit centers.

taking possession

They assumed the name on taking possession of Lacedaemon.

Van Hook built the main portion of the present house soon after taking possession of the property.

Thus, a court officer taking possession of goods under a court order may use force if reasonably necessary.

taking second

II taking second, and an Mk.

Stan Hack's single to right scored Collins, Hack taking second on the throw home.

He started the 11/10 favourite and won by a length, with Diatome again taking second.

students taking

Of the students taking the test, the percentage of re-takers is about 20%.

For students taking non-credit courses, no formal qualifications are necessary.

The garden houses various types of plants taken care by students taking Biology Class.

taking a job

After losing his factory job, Su-min ends up taking a job at a host bar.

In 1979 Patricia relocated back to Boston taking a job at Boston University as an Assistant Professor.

In 1998 he moved to Tampa, taking a job as Media Relations Manager for the inaugural season of the Tampa Bay Rays.

people taking

The decision resulted in a protest of at least 200 people taking place outside of Alder Hey hospital.

Some examples include: The Bikhoti Festival of Uttrakhand involves people taking a dip in holy rivers.

A higher percentage of people taking empagliflozin achieved weight loss greater than 5% from their baseline.

eventually taking

She hardly eats, while Beloved grows bigger and bigger, eventually taking the form of a pregnant woman.

He then moved to Brighton to study art, eventually taking work as a DJ while promoting clubs around the city.

He is thus temporarily missing and Janice goes through great trouble to find him, eventually taking over his care.

instead of taking

Sonny finds out that Carmel has used a doll instead of taking Kathleen-Angel.

In contra dance, instead of taking one's corner's hand, one grasps the wrist of the next dancer.

He later returns home in a drunken stupor, lamenting that he fought the case instead of taking a deal.

taking steps

The local governments are taking steps to preserve them in their natural state.

Israel commits itself to taking steps to prevent a recurrence of similar incidents in the future."

Under Armstrong's leadership, AOL began taking steps in a new business direction, marked by a series of acquisitions.

often taking   (a menudo tomando)

"Sativas" bloom later than "indicas", often taking a month or two longer to mature.

She is incredibly mature for her age, often taking initiatives which surprise even Tendou.

Beatrix was devoted to the care of her small animals, often taking them with her on long holidays.

taking a position

Nowhere in our report do we equate taking a position against same-sex marriage with hate speech."

Bill Redgrave moved to Wellington from Sydney in 1903, taking a position as a groundsman at Basin Reserve.

After receiving his MBA, Martínez went to work for Citigroup, taking a position on the emerging-markets desk in New York.

taking power

In 1533 he entered the castle and murdered his uncle, taking power.

It is his first known out-of-country diplomatic trip since taking power.

On taking power, Griffin retained the leadership principle inherited from Tyndall.

taking place during   (teniendo lugar durante)

Mike Yates has appeared in the spin-off novels taking place during his time with UNIT.

Gametogenesis is the formation or production of gametes (taking place during meiosis).

Racing continues to occur on an annual basis, taking place during the course of the summer.

taking bribes

He was convicted of taking bribes in the 1980 Abscam scandal.

He was a Republican convicted of taking bribes in the 1980 Abscam scandal.

Benson has Foster and everyone taking bribes arrested, including congressmen and prosecutors.

taking third

On October 2, he won the Woodward Stakes from Royal Gunner, with Malicious taking third.

Slyziuk and the Detroit CC ended up taking third place and were awarded the bronze medal.

In July he improved his PB to 1:43.12 taking third at the Diamond League meeting at London.

taking lessons

and began taking lessons at the Imperial Academy of Arts in 1809.

He continued with his legal studies, but also began taking lessons from a local artist.

She began playing piano at the age of four and started taking lessons at the age of eight.

upon taking

She re-registered as an independent upon taking that position.

The federal appeal of this decision filed by the Bloomberg administration was dropped by de Blasio upon taking office.

Although Bush suspended the new regulation upon taking office, EPA head Christine Todd Whitman eventually approved it.

taking several

Dolores-Charlotte joins the Delos evacuation team, taking several host cores with her.

Philip Bell sailed to Providence in 1629, taking several Bermudians with him including whites and blacks.

Locals established a watch to prevent further raids ashore but Davy put out to sea instead, taking several smaller vessels.

taking his place   (tomando su lugar)

Maxwell left the next month, with Jake Rutter taking his place.

His scenes were later reshot with Christian Cooke taking his place.

He was re-elected at the 1970 Senate election, taking his place immediately.

succeeded in taking

Russian forces succeeded in taking much of the Caucasian territories from Iran for several years.

Losing 5 killed and 40 wounded, they had succeeded in taking a heavy toll on the British artillery.

On the following day the loyalists, led by Colonel Konstantin Ryabtsev, succeeded in taking over the Kremlin.

taking inspiration

He founded Shangrila Resort in Skardu, taking inspiration from James Hilton's novel "Lost Horizon".

The name originates from "Betty Bossi", a fictional character created in the mid-1950s, taking inspiration from Betty Crocker.

The party promote and practice crowdfunding, taking inspiration from some political parties in developed nations around the world.

taking turns

The shooters began firing at 12 noon and continued without stopping by taking turns.

The case involved three armed robbers who the court found liable for taking turns in raping a woman.

A typical boy band performance features elaborately choreographed dancing, with the members taking turns singing and/or rapping.

taking up residence

In June 1918, Avižonis returned to Lithuania taking up residence in Šiauliai.

In 2011, the City of Ottawa began to trap beavers taking up residence in the stormwater pond in the Stittsville neighbourhood.

After the annexation of Austria in March 1938, Prince Zeid and his family were recalled to Iraq, taking up residence in Baghdad.

taking his seat

He was re-elected to the board in 1827 but resigned before taking his seat.

Miranda himself began to receive "hundreds" of death threats after taking his seat.

However, mostly in early Congresses, the date of the member taking his seat can be the one given.

taking the position

Matthew joined Netgear in October 2017, taking the position as SVP of Strategy.

Upon taking the position, he designed a revised masterplan for the Castle Vale estate.

However, Singletary decided against taking the position, which instead went to Art Briles.

taking photos

Reportedly patrons thought it was a stunt and started taking photos.

The weight is almost beneficial when it comes to taking photos, to be honest.

In 1985 she got her first camera and began taking photos during a trip to New York City.

taking shape

Meanwhile, a conspiracy led by General Mola was taking shape.

However, it was then that the club's modern identity started taking shape.

During her years at Saint Martins her real debut film, "The Alcohol Years", began taking shape.

taking back   (recibiendo)

She has completed her revenge by both destroying Tyrell and taking back Rachael's place.

After taking back the House in November, Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge was mentioned as a possible alternative.

With the help of the new Blacklight, and Astroman, Eddie goes after Hatfield (Hawk's Shadow) and wins, taking back the helmet.

time taking

Young allegedly replied: "Waste of time taking 'em off, son.

Bromley was elected again in 1572, this time taking the senior seat over George Mainwaring.

Dillon returned to the production on 25 January 2010 this time taking over the lead role of Sandy from Emma Stevens.

taking full

This led to Comcast taking full control of Jones Intercable.

But I meant what I said about taking full responsibility as Captain of the team.

The main policy development was Henry's taking full control of the Church of England.

taking drugs

Mayor Garrido set up a concert motivating students to stop taking drugs.

Unbeknownst to Seymour, Angie is pregnant, taking drugs and in debt with drug dealers.

Further questioning by Michelle forces Ryan to admit that he was expelled for taking drugs.

taking a more

NY 18F parallels NY 18 for most of its alignment, taking a more westerly course than its parent.

Outside the borough, PA 36 intersects another spur, PA 536, before taking a more northern alignment.

"Listen to Your Heart" is one of the album's uptempo songs, taking a more dancier direction than Keys' previous material.

taking many

A good network of contacts was essential, and taking many journeys was common.

5th Battalion KOYLI was prominent in driving the Germans out of Mory, taking many prisoners.

In some parts of range, the common buzzard acquires the habit of taking many frogs and toads.

taking revenge   (tomar venganza)

Jabbar's son Sheru kills Kailash for taking revenge.

I was taking revenge for the people.'

Dhanraj returns for taking revenge.

despite taking   (a pesar de tomar)

Sickness, despite taking quinine daily, claimed the European engineers.

He lost to the incumbent, Wilson Hungerford, despite taking more than 40% of the vote.

UKIP did not field any candidates, despite taking 11% of the vote at the previous election.

taking second place   (tomando el segundo lugar)

At the 2001 United Kingdom general election, Shawcroft stood in Meriden, taking second place with 39.2% of the vote.

He was a candidate in the 1999 presidential election, receiving 22.24% of the votes in the first round and taking second place.

Greens candidate Adam Bandt taking second place on a two candidate preferred basis, leaving Labor with 54.71 percent of the vote.

only taking   (solo tomando)

Pittman was a late starter to Australian rules football, only taking the game up in adulthood.

However, he is listed as operating the "Star Diner" in 1949, only taking the name "Miss Worcester" in 1950.

It was shot in two weeks back to back with "Naked Paradise", with Corman only taking one day off in between.

taking no

I wasn’t taking no for an answer."

Pogson served for 30 years at Madras, taking no leave during the period.

Plaatjies' return to cricket during the latter part of 2011 was unsuccessful taking no wickets.

still taking   (todavía tomando)

On May 19 roughly 10,000 students were still taking to the streets.

Work is still taking place on the top floor re-roofing after only five years.

Tsukiko is now shown leading a normal life, still taking photographs and being interested in art.

taking too

At 3–2, Verdasco was warned for taking too much time.

Its allegedly able to get rid of nausea after taking too much food.

"I wanted to keep the feel of the song without taking too much of the original."

even taking

Charles made war on Hugh, even taking Rheims and Laon.

Caballero began singing as a young girl, even taking opera training for a brief time.

He fought off-and-on into the new millennium, at one time even taking 3 years off from the sport.

taking courses

Vishal says that he worked hard for the role by taking courses in acting and dancing.

The third base, located on the western end of Porto Palma, hosts all students taking courses on cabin cruisers.

Some years later, she began taking courses at a Photographer's Association of America school in Winona Lake, Indiana.

later taking

On discharge, he began his stage career, later taking it up professionally.

During the 1733–34 interregnum, Grabowski backed August III, later taking part in his coronation.

The store on Exchange Place was divided into two sections, with Appleton's son William later taking charge of the bookselling functions.

known for taking

His father is known for taking part in both world wars.

They are internationally known for taking part in the longest Penalty-Shootout ever, where they beat F.C.

Justices are known for taking up the 30 minutes of allotted argument time with question-and-answer sessions.

including taking

Streimelweger managed S&T AG as its CEO until 2000, including taking it public in 1998.

She spent the next 14 years photographing Kayla, including taking pictures of her children, family, and friends.

While still practising law, he continued performing, including taking a show to the Edinburgh Fringe in 1981 with Griff Rhys Jones.

taking an active

Neither one is very intelligent, and they prefer to watch Toad TV more than taking an active role in anything.

In 2008 she was seen taking an active part in a campaign set up by Geo TV to promote education and welfare in Pakistan.

First, the British who had been a major purchaser of slaves began taking an active stance in abolishing the slave trade in the 1830s.

ended up taking

However Frankie Avalon ended up taking the role instead.

She ended up taking the third-place slot with 117 points.

He was thinking of passing but ended up taking the winning shot.

again taking

He started the 11/10 favourite and won by a length, with Diatome again taking second.

This was followed by Newton again taking victory in the Points race, from Ed Clancy and Russell Downing.

The strip has once again taken on the name Twisted Kaiju Theater, with Shin once again taking a starring role.

option of taking

Here, Black has the option of taking the unprotected pawn on e4, but it is considered "poisoned".)

Students have the option of taking College Board approved courses and then taking the College Board's examination in the Spring.

taking notes

Students and writers commonly use them for taking notes.

The reMarkable is a writer tablet for reading and taking notes.

They were the normal writing material in schools, in accounting, and for taking notes.

now taking

By this point, it had undergone some changes, with women now taking part.

The Squamish Nation Band Council is now taking legal action against CN Rail.

Nivedita apologizes to her father Muthupandi, who is now taking care of Bharathi.

taking his first

Eli Tomac goes into the season as the defending champion in the 450 class, after taking his first 450 national title in 2017.

Sagan recalled taking his first trips to the public library alone, at the age of five, when his mother got him a library card.

Grimandi has remained active in the sport, taking his first administrative position in 2004 as football director at ASOA Valence.