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take in verb Conjugation
comprendre
It took him a long time to take in what she was saying.
Il lui fallut beaucoup de temps pour comprendre ce qu'elle disait.
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Phrases (8)

  1. take in bad part - prendre en mauvaise part
  2. take in cargo - charger
  3. take in charge - arrêter
  4. take in evil part - prendre en mauvaise part
  5. take in excellent part - prendre en bonne part
  6. take in good part - prendre en bonne part
  7. take in hand - prendre en main
  8. take in ill part - prendre en mauvaise part

Contexts

It took him a long time to take in what she was saying. Il lui fallut beaucoup de temps pour comprendre ce qu'elle disait.
Nothing can take an American by surprise. It has often been said that the word "impossible" was not a French one. People have obviously looked in the wrong dictionary. In America, all is easy, all is simple and mechanical difficulties are overcome before they arise. Rien ne saurait étonner un Américain. On a souvent répété que le mot "impossible" n’était pas français; on s’est évidemment trompé de dictionnaire. En Amérique, tout est facile, tout est simple, et quant aux difficultés mécaniques, elles sont mortes avant d’être nées.
I'll take in the washing before it rains. Je rentrerai le linge avant qu'il pleuve.
She has to take in the waist of her pants a bit. Elle doit reprendre un peu la taille de son pantalon.
Nothing can take a US American by surprise. It has often been said that the word "impossible" was not a French one. People have obviously looked in the wrong dictionary. In the United States, all is easy, all is simple and mechanical difficulties are overcome before they arise. Rien ne saurait étonner un Américain. On a souvent répété que le mot "impossible" n’était pas français; on s’est évidemment trompé de dictionnaire. En Amérique, tout est facile, tout est simple, et quant aux difficultés mécaniques, elles sont mortes avant d’être nées.

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