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  1. take up

    • ph.
      become interested or engaged in a pursuit;begin to hold or fulfill a position or post
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    • 1. become interested or engaged in a pursuit
    • 2. begin to hold or fulfill a position or post
    • 3. accept an offer or challenge
    • 4. occupy time, space, or attention
    • 5. pursue a matter later or further
    • 6. resume speaking after an interruption
    • 7. shorten a garment by turning up the hem
    • 8. adopt someone as a student or trainee
    • n.
      a device for taking up slack or excess: a take-up reel

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    • n.
      the acceptance of something offered: education is aiding the take-up of birth control

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    • ph.
      become interested or engaged in a pursuit

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    • ph.
      become interested or engaged in a pursuit

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    • ph.
      accept an offer or challenge from someone

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    • ph.
      accept an offer or challenge from someone

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    • ph.
      begin to associate with someone, especially in a way disapproved of by the speaker

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    • ph.
      begin fighting

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    • ph.
      become interested or engaged in a pursuit

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