1) to look or behave like an older relative a) take part in b) take care of c) take after d) take risks e) take against f) take to 2) to begin to dislike someone or something, especially without a good reason a) take into account b) take to c) take part in d) take after e) take against f) take off 3) to remove a piece of clothing a) take to b) take out c) take up d) take off e) take after f) take part in 4) to take someone as your guest to a restaurant, cinema, club etc a) take into account b) take somebody out c) take part in d) take advantage of e) take something off f) take after 5) not to pay attention to something / somebody a) take no notice of b) take into account c) take risks d) take part in e) take care of f) take advantage of 6) to be involved in an activity, sport, event etc with other people a) take into account b) take part in c) take care of d) take risks e) take after f) take up 7) feel sorry for someone and treat them with sympathy a) take part in b) take into account c) take after d) take risks e) take pity on f) take place 8) to happen, especially after being planned or arranged a) take part in b) take up c) take after d) take into account e) take place f) take care of 9) to start a new activity a) take up b) take off c) take to d) take after e) take risks f) take part 10) make use of an opportunity a) take advantage of b) take of c) take the possibility d) take risk e) take part f) take the place

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