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1 He took a dictionary from the desk.
2 He took down a dictionary from the top shelf.
3 She took a pear and bit into it.
4 The police took a long time to interrogate the offenders fully.
5 He opened his schoolbag and took out a notebook.
6 He opened the drawer and took out a cheque.
7 He carefully stripped away the transparent paper and took out a valuable stamp.
8 He hefted his right arm and took away a gun from the bookshelf.
9 He took up a compromising attitude towards the question.
10 It took three bulldozers a week to level off the site.
11 They took off a bar.
12 He lived in a flat above the shop.
13 Tom nibbled off a large piece of my apple.
14 She was paring an apple with a knife when I came in.
15 We have worked with Apple for quite a while.
16 If you can use a word correctly and effectively, you comprehend it.
17 You should slow up a bit and have a rest.
18 you mind backing off a bit, Sir, while we clear this wreck out of the way?
19 This should even things up a bit.
20 Please open the train [car] window a bit [crack; fraction].
21 still a bit left. Can you eat some more?
22 But tell me, dear reader, what do you make of this? I'm all for a bit of insouciance with a greenwash, but would it go with the rug?
23 It tells people a little bit about me and about what I like to do.
24 Or a bit of both?
25 Yeah, well, we hope we are doing a bit more than that.
26 So maybe I should stop describing my life, start showing what happens instead, but I'll get to that bit in a bit, so to speak.
27 Not a bit – “I didn’t read any of it, ” he explained once in an interview.
28 And let me tell you a little bit about alpha.
29 Well, yes, a bit.
30 A little bit like some of you perhaps.