in stock 现有,备有 Have you any blue shirts in stock?
all of a sudden, suddenly, 突然 =unexpectedly : He left home all of a sudden.
in sum, to conclude 简言之.一言以蔽之
sum up 总结,概括 I can't sum up his whole philosophy in one sentence.
take ... as 把...认为是 I took his smile as meaning yes.
take after 在外貌,性格上与..相像 Mary takes after her mother; she's always cheerful.
take away 减去
take down, write down, put down 1.拆,拆卸;2.记下,写下 1.to take down a dangerous bridge 2.She took down my phone number.
take for 认为,以为 Do you take me for a fool?
take in 1.2.3接受,容纳,吸收;
4.领会,理解;5.诈骗,欺骗 1.He had nowhere to live, so we took him in.2.This is the total cost of the holiday, taking in everything.3.The dress was too big, so I took it in.4.I didn't take in what you were saying.5Iam aftaid that you have been taken in, This bank note is a forgery
take off 1.脱下;2.起飞;3. 1.Take your coat off. 2.=rise into the air 3.to take off members of the royal family
take on 1.2呈现,具有,装出;3.承担,从事;4.开始雇用;5同..较量,接受..挑战 1.The firm took on a new clerk. 2.His face took on a new expression. 3.Why don't take on someone your own size?
take over 接管,接收 Our chairman has left, so Peter will take over (his job).
take up 1.开始从事;2.占去,占据,
3.着手处理,论及; 1.John took up writing poetry while at school. 2.The work took up the whole of Sunday. 3.I'll take up the story where I finished yesterday. 4.Can I take up on your offer of a meal? 5.I will take this matter up with a lawyer.
take to 1,对...产生好感,开始喜欢;
2.形成..习惯,开始从事 1.Jean took to Paul as soon as they met. 2.John's taken to drinking a lot. 3.Father's ill, so he has taken to his bed.