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aufgetakelt aufgetakelt sein Da stand sie, aufgetakelt wie eine Fregatte Da steht sie, aufgetakelt wie eine Fregatte ein Höllenspektakel veranstalten to be slow on the up-take

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a big thing to undertake a difficult task to undertake a mistake in the packing department a rise in price will soon take place All seats are taken/occupied Alternatively to walking, you can take the metro an hour before take-off and no mistake about it and, when he shall die, // Take him and cut him out in little starres, // And he will make the Face of heaven ... Any modern mobile phone can take and send pictures Anyone can take part apart from these mistakes Are you trying to take the piss / me for a fool? By and by he will come to see his mistake by mistake By mistake I’ve sent the fax to a wrong number Can I still take you up on your offer ... Can I take these? Can I take this with me? Can’t you take a joke? Care for a drink? - I’ll take a rain check, thanks Come and take pot luck! Delivery will take three weeks. demand has overtaken supply Do you accept/take up my challenge to a game of chess? Do you take me Do you take my point? Do you take Visa? Don’t always take everything personally! Don’t take it amiss Don’t take it amiss, if I ask you this personal question Don’t take me for an idiot Don’t waste your breath. They won’t take your advice duty to take care EU’s General Data Protection Regulation takes effect from May 25, 2018. Excuse me. Is this seat taken? Experience is the name every one gives to their mistakes. First take care of business, then drink and laugh! Furthermore, it’s important to take into account that ... Genius partakes of something divine Give ’em an inch and they’ll take a mile Give him an inch and he will take a mile Give him an inch and he will take an ell Give him an inch and he’ll take an ell Go and take a running jump! hard to take Have Take a seat, please Have these seats been taken? He can take a joke He can’t take a joke He got wise to his mistake He had his photograph taken He has taken it into his head He is flirting with the undertaker He is mistaken He makes mistake after mistake He never takes a chance He really takes after his father He takes a line of the least resistance He was suddenly overtaken by death He was taken in by him He who makes no mistakes, makes nothing He’ll take a chance He’ll take no refusal He’ll take the chance He’s got what it takes He’s not very trustworthy. So you’d better take what he says with a grain of salt He’s really taken by her Her future was at stake at this interview His life is at stake His life is completely taken up by work His son has what it takes to be a good doctor How long does the journey to Berlin take by train? How long will it take you to recover? Humanity takes itself too seriously. It is the world’s original sin. If the caveman had known how to lau... I apologise for the mistake/any inconvenience I can take it or leave it I can’t take it anymore I consider that a mistake I don’t have to take any shit from you! I had taken an umbrella with me. It stood me in good stead when the rain began to pour down I must take the boy to task for his forgetfulness I regard that as a mistake I take a critical view of it I take it, you don’t want I take my hook I take that at face value I take that to mean ... I was properly scared and no mistake! I was taken for a ride. I won’t take any nonsense! I won’t take long I won’t take no for an answer! I’ll pay you back for your insolent behaviour. Take my word for it I’ll take a stab at the answer I’ll take you at your word I’ll take you up on that I’m sorry, all seats are taken if I’m not mistaken If the stakes are right If we do take over the American muddle, we will be to blame for it If you can’t take it then don’t dish it out If you dish it out, you have to be able to take it In retrospect, I think it was a mistake Indifference is the revenge the world takes on mediocrities. Is this seat taken? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to ... It is only now that we have a breathing space in which to take stock It is probably just a mistake It takes a lot of confidence It takes a lot of time it takes ages It takes all kinds to make a world It takes courage It takes me four hours It takes more than a swallow to make a summer It takes more than that to make me angry it takes my sleep away It takes one to know one It takes some believing! It takes some time for the truth to sink in It takes some/a lot of chutzpah to propose this It takes time It takes two men to It takes two to tango It will take about two/three weekdays to process your order It will take only a couple of days It won’t take a minute It won’t take long It won’t take much longer It [Experience] was merely the name men gave to their mistakes. It’s an easy mistake to make. It’s your decision, but I warn you, you’re making a big mistake like a duck takes the water like a duck takes to water Make no mistake make no mistake about that mistake in name Mistakes are often the best teachers No responsiblity is taken for the correctness of this information not to take long over the introductions One has to take a hard line with him one mistake too many One’s days were too brief to take the burden of another’s errors on one’s shoulders. Each ma... Our institute takes children from all backgrounds Our troops take part in the UN peacekeeping mission People are either charming or tedious. I take the side of the charming. piss take Please check your change before leaving, as mistakes cannot be rectified later. Please take a seat! Please take note Point taken Point taken! Red sky at night, sailor’s delight; Red sky at morning, sailor take warning rookie mistake shall take reasonable care to check She can’t take criticism She couldn’t take any more She did a double take She might be sixty years old, give or take two years She takes after her mother She will take his word over mine She’s so arrogant. She needs to be taken down a peg or two slow in the uptake So, you pays your money and you takes your choice Sorry, this seat is taken Stakes are high Stakes are high at the negotiating table Such a mistake will not happen again Supply overtakes demand Take a bow! Take a chill pill Take a deep breath and get to it! Take a flying leap! Take a long walk off a short pier Take a pew! Take care of the pennies, and the pounds will look after themselves Take care! Take either road take for granted Take him at his word! take into account a strong headwind Take it easy! Take it from me Take it or leave it! Take it with a pinch of salt! take matters into one’s own hands Take my advice take something at face value take the head Take the lot Take things easy! Take to your heels Take your choice Take your filthy hand off me now! Take your perch! Take your pick! Take your stuff away Take your time take-home pay taken out of context That just takes the biscuit That takes care of him/it That takes just as long That takes my breath away That takes the cake/biscuit That takes time That will take some explaining The decision takes effect when published in the Official Journal The denunciation shall take effect one year after notification thereof has been made to the contractual partne... The devil take him/it! The devil take the hindmost The devil takes the hindmost The girl takes after her mother’s family The journey from London to Brighton will take about one hour The journey there will take one hour The mistake is mine The most important thing is not to win but to take part! The project takes shape The protein is part of the membrane from which it takes/derives its name The public presentation ceremony takes place on 11th of May The stakes are high The stakes could not be higher There is no shame in admitting your mistakes There must be some mistake There you are mistaken There you’re mistaken There’s only so much you can take They must not take decisions involving themselves Things may take a turn yet This hovel really takes the biscuit This is also in the interest of the other stakeholders This place is a fucking piss take! Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain to accept/take full responsibility to accept/take something at face value to adopt/take a hard line to be flirting with the undertaker to be mistaken to be on the take to be quick on the uptake to be slow on the uptake to be slow on the uptake/slow to catch on to be taken aback to be taken in to be taken in by somebody to be taken with someone/something to betake oneself to flight to discover / find a mistake to do a double take to feel ready to take on anything to gamble for high stakes to gamble/play for high stakes To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable. to get/take flak to get/take a peep at something to give and take to have a stake in the future to have got what it takes to have taken a wrong turning to have to take a lot of knocks to have what it takes to have what it takes to be something to have/take a catnap/nap/snooze to have/take a dump to have/take a gander at something to have/take a look at to have/take a pee/whiz to have/take a pop at someone to have/take a pop at something to have/take a swig to have/take forty winks To jump at take the chance to lead to a mistake to look after [to take care of] number one to not take a blind/the blindest bit of notice of somebody to not take shit from someone to point out a mistake to pull up stakes to raise the stakes to run/take its course to sit back and take things easy to sweep the stakes to take a stand to take a back seat to take a backseat to take a biobreak to take a bow to take a break to take a broad view to take a chance to take a close/good look at someone/something to take a degree to take a dim view of something to take a dislike to someone to take a dive to take a drive to take a dump to take a fancy to to take a firm/strong line with someone to take a flight to take a fresh lease on life to take a fresh/new lease on life to take a hair of the dog to take a hard line on someone to take a header to take a heavy toll on human lives to take a hint to take a hold of someone to take a holiday to take a house on a 12-year lease to take a hurdle to take a jaundiced view of something to take a leaf out of someone’s book to take a leak to take a line to take a load off someone’s mind to take a long time to take a long view to take a look-around to take a loss to take a lot of stick to take a nap to take a nasty turn to take a new lease of life to take a pasting from someone to take a picture to take a pinch of snuff to take a plane to take a potshot to take a pull at one’s cigarette to take a pull at the bottle to take a rain check on something to take a rest To take a rise out of somebody to take a run-up to take a shine to someone/something to take a short run before jumping to take a smell at a bottle to take a turn for the worse to take a weight off someone’s mind to take action to take action in respect of the goods To take advantage of an opportunity to take advantage of someone to take advantage of something to take advantage of the favourable situation to take after someone to take ages to do something to take air to take an affidavit to take an airing to take an example by someone to take as security to take at face value to take breath to take by assault to take care to take care of to take care of itself to take care of someone/something to take chances to take charge to take charge of a situation to take counsel with one’s pillow to take credit for something to take delight in to take delivery to take effect to take fancy to someone/something to take flight to take for granted to take fright to take great pains to take great pains over ... to take heart to take heart to do something to take in cash to take in exchange to take in possession to take in the late spots to take it as it comes to take it easy to take it on the chin to take it upon oneself to do something to take its toll to take leave to take leave of one’s senses to take matters into one’s own hands to take measures to do something to take no chance to take no note/notice of to take note of to take note of something to take off the gloves to take offence to take on to take on a new light to take on the risk to take on too much to take one’s bearings to take one’s chance to take one’s choice to take one’s courage in both hands to take one’s custom elsewhere to take one’s hat off to someone to take one’s holiday before July to take one’s hook to take one’s last curtain to take one’s life in one’s own hands to take one’s medicine to take one’s own course to take one’s hook to take out of its context to take over the helm to take packs to do something to take pains to take pains over something to take pains to do something to take part in to take pictures to take place to take pleasure in someone’s pain to take possession of to take possession of something to take pot luck to take root to take shelter to take sides to take somebody hostage to take somene’s mind off something/off things to take someone as a pattern to take someone at a disadvantage to take someone down a peg or two to take someone for a fool to take someone for a mug to take someone for a ride to take someone to task to take someone to the cleaners to take someone under one’s wings to take someone’s life to take something as/for gospel truth to take something at face value to take something by storm to take something hard to take something ill to take something in good part to take something in one’s stride to take something in the right/wrong spirit to take something like a man to take something lying down to take something out on someone to take something to heart to take something with a grain of salt to take steps to take stick to take stock to take the bad with the good to take the bait to take the bearings to take the biscuit to take the bit between one’s teeth to take the bitter with the sweet to take the blame to take the bull by the horns to take the bun to take the cake/biscuit to take the can for something to take the carrot-and-stick approach to take the chair to take the dog walkies to take the easy way out to take the floor to take the French leave to take the gloves off to take the late spots to take the law into one’s own hands to take the lead to take the lid off to take the line of least resistance to take the line of the least resistance to take the line/path of least resistance to take the load off from someone to take the long view to take the Lord’s name in vain to take the mick out of someone to take the mickey out of somebody to take the mickey out of someone to take the piss out of someone to take the pledge to take the plunge to take the rap for to take the rise out of someone to take the rough with the smooth to take the shine off something to take the short bus to take the stand to take the sting out of something to take the strain off to take the veil to take the words out of someone’s mouth to take this occasion to ... to take three days to take time by the forelock to take time out to take to it like a duck to water to take to one’s heels to take to pieces to take to someone/something in a big way to take to something like a duck to water to take to the bottle to take to the road to take turns to do something/at doing something to take up one’s cross to take up the cudgels for/on behalf of someone to take up time to take with a pinch of salt to take/make notes to take/sign the pledge to throw down/take up/pick up the gauntlet to undertake a journey To win back my youth, Gerald, there is nothing I wouldn’t do - except take exercise, get up early, or be... True, and that’s precisely/exactly why I don’t want to take any risks unless I am very much mistaken Unless I’m very much mistaken ... We all make mistakes We are all liable to make mistakes We are not going to take legal action for the time being We take bulk supplies We take supplies into stocks We will certainly have to take a closer look at these problems in the future We will see that the necessary steps are taken What direction do you want the project to take? What do you take me for? What size do you take whatever it takes When one is sober, the bad can appeal. When one has taken a drink, one knows what’s real When will they take the plunge and get married? Why not take an early flight? Why should I take the blame? Why take bread out of the mouths of the deserving? Why take bred out of the mouths of the deserving? Winner takes all You are both my friends, so I don’t want to take/choose/pick sides You can take a bath a week after the surgery You can take it as read You can take it from me You can’t take it with you when you die You can’t take it with you when you go You did a very fine job! I take my hat off to you! You have taken to it like a duck to water You have to take what he says with a pinch of salt You must take that into account too You owe it to yourself to take a break You shouldn’t take such a serious view of things You were mistakenly sent the wrong goods You’re very much mistaken there! Your point is well taken

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