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British pronunciation/tˈeɪk ˈʌp/
American pronunciation/tˈeɪk ˈʌp/
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to start and enjoy a new activity or hobby

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to take up definition and meaning
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to occupy a particular amount of space or time

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to take up definition and meaning
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to adjust the length of a piece of clothing to make it shorter

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to accept someone as a student or trainee

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to start a job or position and begin doing the associated tasks

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to gather something with a tool or by hand

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to move oneself into a specific position or location

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to make a new interest or hobby a regular part of one's life

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to resume an activity, topic, or task that was previously interrupted

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to absorb something, resembling the action of a sponge

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to accept an opportunity

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to discuss a particular topic or issue

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to pick something up from a lower position

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I'll take up gardening in the spring.
She took up writing after retiring.
He wants to take up photography as a hobby.
The new project took up a significant portion of their schedule.
The child eagerly took up a handful of pebbles from the riverbank.
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