Idioms

take (something) into account
to remember and consider something
"Please take into account the fact that the girl has only been studying French for a few weeks."
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  • take (something) lying down
  • take (something) on faith
  • take (something) on the chin
  • take (something) out on (someone or something)
  • take (something) personally
  • take (something) the wrong way
  • take (something) to heart
  • take (something) to one's grave
  • take (something) to the bank
  • take (something) up with (someone)
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  • burn the candle at both ends
  • take on the look or appearance of (something)
  • put (someone or something) at (someone's) disposal
  • rant and rave about (someone or something)
  • take up (time)
  • have an edge on/over (someone or something)
  • know (someone or something) by sight
  • see the sights
  • come what may
  • flea in one`s ear

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