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taken
'teɪkən
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Be affected with an indisposition.
  2. Understood in a certain way; made sense of.
Hyphenationtak•en
Part of Speech(动) verb
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fǎnto take; to fetch
接过jiēguòto take (something proffered)
服用fúyòngto take (medicine)
服食fúshíto take (medication, vitamins etc)
qiǎnto take; to receive; to fetch; to take hold of
zhāto take; to receive; fetch; to obtain; to take hold of, to press with fingers, use the fingers to show the distance
to take, to select, to get angry; to lose the temper
夺得duódéto take (after a struggle); to wrest; to seize; to capture; to win (a trophy)
to take; to get; to choose; to fetch
zhāito take; to borrow; to pick (flowers, fruit etc); to pluck; to select; to remove; to take off (glasses, hat etc)
吞服tūnfúto swallow; to take (medicine)
to apprehend; to take
接下来jiē xiàlaito accept; to take; next; following
摘取zhāiqǔto pluck; to take
攻陷gōngxiànto overcome; to take (a fortress); to fall (to an attack); to surrender
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