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take

1. Hunting the number of quarry killed or captured on one occasion
2. Informal chiefly US the amount of anything taken, esp money
3. Films Music
a. one of a series of recordings from which the best will be selected for release
b. the process of taking one such recording
c. a scene or part of a scene photographed without interruption
4. Med informal
a. any objective indication of a successful vaccination, such as a local skin reaction
b. a successful skin graft
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It takes time for me to open up and tell someone how I am feeling.
He has changed shape and formations but that takes time - it takes time for them to take on board information and whether or not he's clear in his mind exactly which way he wants to go long-term only time will tell.
People just think instantly they're going to be unbelievable, but sometimes it takes time.
As the super-hyped device makes its march across the world, Sky News takes time out to see whether it's worth the fuss.
I think that takes time to realise, and team togetherness takes time to settle in.
IT TAKES TIME, a Grade 1-winnng chaser for owner David Johnson when trained by Martin Pipe, has been retired, writes Andrew King.
You just can't come in -- we know Toyota wants to succeed, and they will spend the dollars to do it -- but it takes time to get the people, equipment, the staff put together and get the momentum going.
It takes time and appreciates the inadequacy of the present testimony.
Whether you spit out or swallow the seeds, it takes time to eat.
Before you grumble that aiming for perfection has to be a good thing, consider this: It's not a good thing if aiming for perfection takes time away from doing the day-to-day things that have to be done.
Sutherland Lyall takes time out from his Easter Egg hunt to cyber gaze.