English-Spanish translations for take

  • tomar¿Qué medidas vamos a tomar ahora? What action shall we now take? ¿De qué manera intentaremos tomar una posición? How are we to take a view on this? Debemos tomar decisiones aun más audaces. We must take even bolder decisions.
  • durarHago mía la reflexión del señor Winkler: el invierno no puede durar toda la vida en Minsk. I take Mr Winkler’s view: winter cannot last forever in Minsk. Esas conversaciones van a durar todavía algunos meses más. Those talks are going to take a few more months yet. ¿Cuánto tiempo cree la Comisión que durará este proceso? How long does the Commission estimate that such an exercise could take?
  • llevarEs necesario llevar a cabo este debate.That debate has to take place. ¿Cuánto tiempo llevarán las reformas? How long will the reforms take? Conseguir este objetivo llevará su tiempo. To phase out nuclear power takes time.
  • soportarDesean mejorar su formación y pueden soportar las presiones. They want more training and can take the strain. Algunos países miembros no se encuentran sencillamente en situación de soportar más cargas presupuestarias. Some Member States are simply not able to take on even more financial burdens. Los políticos bien podrán aguantar algunos contratiempos, pero nuestras economías no soportarán un revés de cierta envergadura. Politicians have to take a few blows after all, but our economy will not be able to take a left hook.
  • aguantarLos políticos bien podrán aguantar algunos contratiempos, pero nuestras economías no soportarán un revés de cierta envergadura. Politicians have to take a few blows after all, but our economy will not be able to take a left hook. Es un poco injusto que sea la comisaria Bjerregaard quien esté aquí esta noche para aguantar el chaparrón en lugar de Sir Leon Brittan. It is a little unfair that we have Commissioner Bjerregaard here tonight to take the flak rather than Sir Leon Brittan. Recordamos los días y los meses en que el pueblo polaco ya no pudo aguantar más y los trabajadores polacos se pusieron en huelga en Gdansk. We remember the days and months when the Polish people could take no more and when Polish workers went on strike in Gdansk.
  • cogerPor ello es muy atractivo coger el tren. That makes it very attractive to take this train. Pues bien, deberíamos coger dos lápices, uno en cada mano. Well, we should take two pencils, one in each hand. Debemos coger a las pequeñas empresas innovadoras y ayudarlas a crecer. We must take innovative small businesses and help them grow.
  • prender
  • punto de vistaEl Parlamento tiene un punto de vista distinto. Parliament takes a different view. Yo participaré, naturalmente, para dar a conocer mi punto de vista. I will, of course, take part in it and give my views. Afortunadamente, la UE puede adoptar un punto de vista más amplio. Fortunately, the EU can take a bigger view.
  • recompensaMe sumo a lo que ha dicho la Sra. Jensen: lo que estamos proponiendo es que se vincule el esfuerzo a una evaluación positiva y a una recompensa. I take Mrs Jensen's point: what we are proposing is to link effort to recognised assessment and reward. No obstante, debemos tomar medidas para evitar la acumulación de recompensas en virtud de este reglamento y de otros elementos de la legislación europea. However we must take steps to prevent the accumulation of rewards under this regulation and other areas of European legislation. Cualquier recompensa de ese tipo es desproporcionada, si tenemos en cuenta los enormes beneficios que las empresas obtienen ya de la exclusividad, al no poder nadie más fabricar el medicamento. Any such reward is out of proportion if we take account of the huge profits which companies make from this exclusivity, given that no one else can manufacture the medicinal product.
  • suministrarAsimismo, el Consejo ha decidido suministrar petróleo para el invierno en el marco del programa "Energía para la democracia" . The cities of Nis and Pirot in Serbia are involved in trial projects, and they were the first to take delivery of the consignments of oil.
  • toma(El Presidente toma la palabra). (The President takes the floor). La mesa toma nota de su queja. The Bureau takes note of your complaint. Se toma la decisión en el Consejo por unanimidad o no se toma. Either the Council takes a unanimous decision or it takes no decision.
  • violarSe nos recuerda que en la lucha contra el terrorismo nuestras democracias deben tener cuidado de no violar las libertades civiles y los derechos humanos. We are reminded that in the fight against terrorism our democracies must take care not to abuse civil liberties and human rights. El proyecto tiene en cuenta las particularidades y diferencias de las regiones fronterizas y puede beneficiar a estas regiones sin violar ninguna garantía. The draft takes into account the particularities and differences of border regions, and it is capable of having a positive effect on border regions without violating any guarantees.

Definition of take

Examples

  • They took Charltons gun from his cold, dead hands
  • Ill take that plate off the table
  • take the guards prisoner
  • take prisoners
  • After a bloody battle, they were able to take the city
  • took ten catfish in one afternoon
  • Billy took her pencil
  • take a toll
  • take revenge
  • took the next two tricks
  • took Smiths rook
  • took third place
  • took bribes
  • The camera takes 35mm film
  • The store doesnt take checks
  • She wouldnt take any money for her help
  • Do you take credit?
  • The vending machine only takes bills, it doesnt take coins
  • take my advice
  • take a wife
  • The school only takes new students in the fall
  • The therapist wouldnt take him as a client
  • take two eggs from the carton
  • The earthquake took many lives
  • The plague took rich and poor alike
  • Cancer took her life
  • He took his life last night
  • take one from three and you are left with two
  • Dont try to take that guy. Hes bigger than you
  • The woman guarding us looks like a professional, but I can take her!
  • He took her hand in his
  • Take whichever bag you like
  • She took the best men with her and left the rest to garrison the city
  • Ill take the blue plates
  • Ill take two sugars in my coffee, please
  • She took his side in every argument
  • take a stand on the important issues
  • She took her sword with her everywhere she went
  • Ill take the plate with me
  • The next bus will take you to Metz
  • I took him for a ride
  • I took him down to London
  • These stairs take you down to the basement
  • Stone Street took us right past the store
  • She took the steps two or three at a time/
  • He took the curve / corner too fast
  • The pony took every hedge and fence in its path
  • He took her to lunch at the new restaurant, took her to the movies, and then took her home
  • take the ferry
  • I took a plane
  • He took the bus to London, and then took a train to Manchester
  • Hes 96 but he still takes the stairs
  • She took a condo at the beach for the summer
  • He took a full-page ad in the Times
  • They took two magazines
  • I used to take The Sunday Times
  • take two of these and call me in the morning
  • take the blue pill
  • I take aspirin every day to thin my blood
  • The general took dinner at seven oclock
  • take sun-baths
  • take a shower
  • She made the decision to take chemotherapy
  • She takes pride in her work
  • I take offence at that
  • to take a dislike
  • to take pleasure in his opponents death
  • took a pay cut
  • take a joke
  • The hull took a lot of punishment before it broke
  • I can take the noise, but I cant take the smell
  • That truck bed will only take two tons
  • She took a vacation to France but spent the whole time feeling miserable that her husband couldnt be there with her
  • Arent you supposed to take your math final today?
  • Despite my misgivings, I decided to take a meeting with the Russian lawyer
  • The ship took a direct hit and was destroyed
  • Her career took a hit
  • He had to take it apart to fix it.
  • She took down her opponent in two minutes.
  • He took the news badly
  • took the decision to close its last remaining outlet
  • took a dim view of city officials
  • Dont take my comments as an insult
  • if she took my meaning
  • He took all the credit for the project, although he had done almost none of the work
  • She took the blame, in the publics eyes, although the debacle was more her husbands fault than her own
  • take her word for it
  • take him at his word
  • take it from her comments she wont be there
  • I took him to be a person of honor
  • He was often taken to be a man of means
  • Do you take me for a fool?
  • Do you take me to be stupid?
  • Looking at him as he came into the room, I took him for his father
  • Im not sure what moral to take from that story
  • As I Lay Dying" takes its title from Book XI of Homers "Odyssey
  • took a chill
  • took her fancy
  • took her attention
  • cloth that takes dye well
  • paper that takes ink
  • the leather that takes a certain kind of polish
  • It takes a while to get used to the smell
  • Looks like its gonna take a taller person to get that down
  • Finishing this on schedule will take a lot of overtime
  • He took a seat in the front row
  • Hunting that whale takes most of his free time
  • His collection takes a lot of space
  • The trip will take about ten minutes
  • He took that opportunity to leave France
  • take a walk
  • take action/steps/measures to fight drug abuse
  • take a trip
  • take aim
  • take the tempo slowly
  • The kick is taken from where the foul occurred
  • Pirès ran in to take the kick
  • The throw-in is taken from the point where the ball crossed the touch-line
  • took the form of a duck
  • took shape
  • a god taking the likeness of a bird
  • take the part of the villain/hero
  • take office
  • take the throne
  • he took the oath of office last night
  • the witness took the stand
  • the next team took the field
  • go down two blocks and take the next left
  • take the path of least resistance
  • take cover/shelter/refuge
  • take her pulse / temperature / blood pressure
  • take a census
  • He took a mental inventory of his supplies
  • She took careful notes
  • She took a video of their encounter
  • Could you take a picture of us?
  • The police took his fingerprints
  • The photographer will take you sitting down
  • to take a group/scene
  • took me for ten grand
  • As a child, she took ballet
  • I plan to take math, physics, literature and flower arrangement this semester
  • take matters as they arise
  • Ive had a lot of problems recently: take last Monday, for example. My car broke down on the way to work. Then ... etc
  • Hell probably take this one
  • This verb takes the dative; that verb takes the genitive
  • The function takes two arguments, an array of size n and an integer k
  • My husband and I have a dysfunctional marriage. He just takes and takes; he never gives
  • the dye didnt take
  • Boiling pasta with a bit of the sauce in the water will help the sauce "take
  • not all grafts take
  • I started some tomato seeds last spring, but they didnt take
  • They took ill within 3 hours
  • She took sick with the flu
  • He took me a blow on the head
  • He wants half of the take if he helps with the job
  • The mayor is on the take
  • Whats your take on this issue, Fred?
  • a new take on a traditional dish
  • Its a take
  • Act seven, scene three, take two
  • did a double-take and then a triple-take
  • I did a take when I saw the new car in the driveway

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