Take-in synonyms

tāk'ĭn'
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(Figurative) To enfold, to include (ideas, principles, etc.); to encompass.
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The definition of comprehend means to understand the meaning or to include someone or something as a part.
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(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
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(Informal, considered incorrect, usually in passive) To compose, to constitute. See usage note below.
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(Sports) To receive a pass or a kicked ball, for example.
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To bring about deliberately; provoke:
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To look at, see, or view for a period of time.
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To take away or hold back property, rights, etc. from by fraud; cheat
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To roll up and secure (a flag or sail, for example) to something else.
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A strategic maneuver that uses some clever means to avoid detection or capture
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The definition of a wile is a trick or seducing behavior.
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To greet, receive, or entertain (another or others) cordially or hospitably.
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(Intransitive) To think, believe, or be of opinion; to understand; to suppose.
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To become aware of (something) directly through any of the senses, especially sight or hearing:
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To defraud (someone).
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To invest (income) to protect it from taxation.
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(Chemistry) To decrease the valence of an atom by adding electrons.
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The definition of lessen is to diminish or to cause something to be diminished or reduced.
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To become aware of the intended meaning of (a person or remark, for example):
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To give a false impression:
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To make (a quantity) smaller.
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To understand incorrectly, while thinking one has understood correctly.
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To conceive wrongly; interpret incorrectly; misunderstand
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Deception is defined as an untrue falsehood, or is the act of lying to or tricking someone.
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The definition of a device is a tool or technique used to do a task.
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A clever or resourceful device, plan, etc.
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A deceptive action calculated to divert attention from one's real purpose.
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Anything that tricks or mystifies; deceptive or secret device
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The act or conduct of an impostor; deception practiced under a false or assumed character; fraud or imposition; cheating.
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The definition of a jig is an energetic folk dance, or a template used with a saw for woodworking.
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A movement or combination of movements involving skill and dexterity:
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An action or maneuver intended to outwit or disconcert another person
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Dexterous practice; dexterity; skill.
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A deceptive tactic designed to gain the upper hand. Typically, involves underhanded dealings and obfuscation.
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A deceptive stratagem or device:
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An action or device designed to deceive, cheat, outwit, etc.; artifice; dodge; ruse; stratagem
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(Uncountable) Trickery, games; skulduggery. To "call", "claim" or "declare" shenanigans is to rhetorically label something as officially deceitful, improper, or otherwise incorrect.
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An indirect, usually cunning means of gaining an end
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(Countable, singular and plural) An instrument or condition for attaining a purpose.
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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Adopt is defined as to accept an idea or to choose and follow a course of action.
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(Physics) in receiving sound energy without repercussion or echo.
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To take (food, drugs, etc.) into the body, as by swallowing, inhaling, or absorbing
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To deceive or cheat.
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To attack with abusive language; vituperate:
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(Archaic) To make a fool out of (someone); to fool, trick, or deceive (someone).
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To tease
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To toy, tinker, or mess:
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fool or hoax
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(Idiomatic) To succeed in a deception.
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fool or hoax
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To expend; use up:
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To cause to be
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To absorb, to soak up.
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(Idiomatic) To contract one's abdominal muscles to make one's stomach look flatter.
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To begin doing (an activity) on a regular basis.
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fold up
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To ask for the presence or participation of:
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Suck is defined as to draw in by suction.
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The definition of imbibe is to take in with the senses or the mind, or to consume something, especially alcohol.
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(Idiomatic, chiefly with "to") To adulate or flatter somebody excessively, generally to obtain some personal benefit or favour.
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To survey or study mentally; consider:
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To be a spectator at; view or attend
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To be the victim of (something unpleasant, painful etc.). [from 13th c.]
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To hear (something spoken or a speaker) without the speaker's knowledge or intention
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To call for and obtain payment of:
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To obtain through effort or merit; achieve:
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Out of the way; completely away:
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To arrange or agree to:
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To gain (success, reward, recognition) through applied effort or work.
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To make real; to convert from the imaginary or fictitious into the actual; to bring into concrete existence; to accomplish.
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Non-Oxford British English standard spelling of realize.
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(Literally) To pull something, so that comes inside.
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To introduce a person or group of people to an organisation.
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To give off (electrons) under the influence of heat, radiation, etc.
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To combine or join with something already formed; make part of another thing; include; embody
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(Intransitive) To convey a false image or impression.
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To bring down by cutting.
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A strip or ridge of rocks, sand, or coral that rises to or near the surface of a body of water.
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To contain, as parts of a whole; to comprehend.
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