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British pronunciation/tˈeɪk ɐwˈeɪ/
American pronunciation/tˈeɪk ɐwˈeɪ/
to take away
[phrase form: take]
01

to take something from someone so that they no longer have it

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to take away definition and meaning
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to remove something from a particular place

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to arrest someone, typically by force or through legal means, and remove them from a particular location

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to subtract one number from another

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to ease bad feelings or pain

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to order food from a restaurant and consume it elsewhere

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to bring someone along when staying briefly in a place

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to have a memory or impression from an event or performance

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to make something smaller or less by taking a piece out

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The administrator took away the student's access to online resources for misconduct.
The police took away the suspect's illegal items.
The security guard took away entry rights for individuals without proper identification.
The company will take away your access card if you violate the security policy.
The maid efficiently took away the used towels from the bathroom.
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