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TAKE in sign language
How to sign "take" and phrases in American Sign Language (ASL)?
Meaning: To carry or bring with one; convey.
This verb TAKE is usually inflected, following spatial agreement with the pronouns or subject/object in a sentence.
Verb inflection: to take me or to bring me to.
Inflection: To take her/him.
Phrases and related signs: TAKE PILL (medication), take for granted, ...
Phrase: take place
Meaning: Occur. See TRANSPIRE, HAPPEN, OCCUR
Meaning: To assume control or responsibility.
Definition: Not hurry; to act slowly or at one's leisure.
Definition: to need or require time to happen or be done. You have to be patient; to go as slow as one wants or needs to; to use as much time as is required.
Meaning: To act on one's own authority without permission from another or without asking another first.
More phrases: TAKE OVER, TAKE OUT, TAKE OFF.
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