To reach for and hold in your hands; to lead an activity
Past Participle form
I should take lots of photographs on holiday.
We could take the bus?
A: I like to take a lot of photographs on holiday.
B: How many do you take?
A: About 100 days.
Who took the last slice of cake?
She took me on a roller-coaster.
A: Where's my pen?
B: I took it into school but forgot to bring it back.
A: Can you remember it please?
I'm taking you to Paris for the weekend.
My mum's taking the shopping in the house.
A: Are you taking this into work?
B: Yes, I'll take it tomorrow.
A: I'm sure they'll love it.
Liam, your daughter's been taken!
We've taken lots of videos of the graduation.
A: Where's my cake?
B: Oh, Lucy's taken it to school for lunch.
A: I knew she'd taken it!