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Sinónimos detallados de take away en inglés

take away:

to take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)

  1. to take away
    to take along; to take away; to pick up; to fetch; to collect; to take; come round for
    • take along verbo (takes along, took along, taking along)
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
    • pick up verbo (picks up, picked up, picking up)
    • fetch verbo (fetches, fetched, fetching)
    • collect verbo (collects, collected, collecting)
    • take verbo (takes, took, taking)
  2. to take away
    to carry off; to take away; to accompany; to carry away; to take in; to see off
    • carry off verbo (carry off, carried off, carrying off)
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
    • accompany verbo (accompanies, accompanied, accompanying)
    • carry away verbo (carry awaies, carried away, carrying away)
    • take in verbo (takes in, took in, taking in)
    • see off verbo (sees off, saw off, seeing off)
  3. to take away
    to expropriate; to snitch; to steal; to rob; to purloin; to take; to take away; to swipe; to pinch; to snatch; to make off with; to filch; to pilfer; cadge; to collar; to nick; to go thieving
    • expropriate verbo (expropriates, expropriated, expropriating)
    • snitch verbo (snitches, snitched, snitching)
    • steal verbo (steals, stole, stealing)
    • rob verbo (robs, robbed, robbing)
    • purloin verbo (purloins, purloined, purloining)
    • take verbo (takes, took, taking)
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
    • swipe verbo (swipes, swiped, swiping)
    • pinch verbo (pinches, pinched, pincing)
    • snatch verbo (snatchs, snatched, snatching)
    • make off with verbo (makes off with, made off with, making off with)
    • filch verbo (filches, filched, filching)
    • pilfer verbo (pilfers, pilfered, pilfering)
    • cadge verbo
    • collar verbo (collars, collared, collaring)
    • nick verbo (nicks, nicked, nicking)
    • go thieving verbo (goes thieving, went thieving, going thieving)
  4. to take away
    to decrease; to decline; to shrink; to remove; to dwindle; wain; to take away; to go thieving; be shortcoming
    • decrease verbo (decreases, decreased, decreasing)
    • decline verbo (declines, declined, declining)
    • shrink verbo (shrinks, shrank, shrinking)
    • remove verbo (removes, removed, removing)
    • dwindle verbo (dwindles, dwindled, dwindling)
    • wain verbo
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
    • go thieving verbo (goes thieving, went thieving, going thieving)
  5. to take away
    – remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract 1
    to take; to withdraw; to remove; to take away
    – remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract 1
    • take verbo (takes, took, taking)
      • take the gun from your pocket1
    • withdraw verbo (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
      • This machine withdraws heat from the environment1
    • remove verbo (removes, removed, removing)
      • remove a threat1
      • remove a wrapper1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
  6. to take away
    – take out or remove 1
    to take out; to take away
    – take out or remove 1
    • take out verbo (takes out, took out, taking out)
      • take out the chicken after adding the vegetables1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
  7. to take away
    – take away a part from; diminish 1
    to take away; detract
    – take away a part from; diminish 1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
    • detract verbo
      • His bad manners detract from his good character1
  8. to take away
    – get rid of something abstract 1
    to remove; to take away
    – get rid of something abstract 1
    • remove verbo (removes, removed, removing)
      • The death of her mother removed the last obstacle to their marriage1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
  9. to take away
    – buy and consume food from a restaurant or establishment that sells prepared food 1
    to take out; to take away
    – buy and consume food from a restaurant or establishment that sells prepared food 1
    • take out verbo (takes out, took out, taking out)
      • We'll take out pizza, since I am too tired to cook1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)
  10. to take away
    – remove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state; transport into a new location or state 1
    to take away; to carry away; to carry off; bear away; bear off
    – remove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state; transport into a new location or state 1
  11. to take away
    – take from a person or place 1
    to take away
    – take from a person or place 1
    • take away verbo (takes away, took away, taking away)

Conjugaciones de take away:

present
  1. take away
  2. take away
  3. takes away
  4. take away
  5. take away
  6. take away
simple past
  1. took away
  2. took away
  3. took away
  4. took away
  5. took away
  6. took away
present perfect
  1. have taken away
  2. have taken away
  3. has taken away
  4. have taken away
  5. have taken away
  6. have taken away
past continuous
  1. was taking away
  2. were taking away
  3. was taking away
  4. were taking away
  5. were taking away
  6. were taking away
future
  1. shall take away
  2. will take away
  3. will take away
  4. shall take away
  5. will take away
  6. will take away
continuous present
  1. am taking away
  2. are taking away
  3. is taking away
  4. are taking away
  5. are taking away
  6. are taking away
subjunctive
  1. be taken away
  2. be taken away
  3. be taken away
  4. be taken away
  5. be taken away
  6. be taken away
diverse
  1. take away!
  2. let's take away!
  3. taken away
  4. taking away
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Definiciones relacionadas de "take away":

  1. remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract1
  2. take out or remove1
  3. take away a part from; diminish1
  4. get rid of something abstract1
  5. buy and consume food from a restaurant or establishment that sells prepared food1
  6. remove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state; transport into a new location or state1
  7. take from a person or place1

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