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be·take

 (bĭ-tāk′)
tr.v. be·took (-to͝ok′), be·tak·en (-tā′kən), be·tak·ing, be·takes
1. To cause (oneself) to go or move.
2. Archaic To commit.

[Middle English bitaken : bi-, be- + taken, to take; see take.]
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betake

(bɪˈteɪk)
vb (tr) , -takes, -taking, -took or -taken
1. betake oneself to go; move
2. archaic to apply (oneself) to
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be•take

(bɪˈteɪk)

v.t. -took, -tak•en, -tak•ing.
1. to cause (oneself) to go.
2. Archaic. to devote (oneself) to.
[1175–1225]
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betake


Past participle: betaken
Gerund: betaking

Imperative
betake
betake
Present
I betake
you betake
he/she/it betakes
we betake
you betake
they betake
Preterite
I betook
you betook
he/she/it betook
we betook
you betook
they betook
Present Continuous
I am betaking
you are betaking
he/she/it is betaking
we are betaking
you are betaking
they are betaking
Present Perfect
I have betaken
you have betaken
he/she/it has betaken
we have betaken
you have betaken
they have betaken
Past Continuous
I was betaking
you were betaking
he/she/it was betaking
we were betaking
you were betaking
they were betaking
Past Perfect
I had betaken
you had betaken
he/she/it had betaken
we had betaken
you had betaken
they had betaken
Future
I will betake
you will betake
he/she/it will betake
we will betake
you will betake
they will betake
Future Perfect
I will have betaken
you will have betaken
he/she/it will have betaken
we will have betaken
you will have betaken
they will have betaken
Future Continuous
I will be betaking
you will be betaking
he/she/it will be betaking
we will be betaking
you will be betaking
they will be betaking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been betaking
you have been betaking
he/she/it has been betaking
we have been betaking
you have been betaking
they have been betaking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been betaking
you will have been betaking
he/she/it will have been betaking
we will have been betaking
you will have been betaking
they will have been betaking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been betaking
you had been betaking
he/she/it had been betaking
we had been betaking
you had been betaking
they had been betaking
Conditional
I would betake
you would betake
he/she/it would betake
we would betake
you would betake
they would betake
Past Conditional
I would have betaken
you would have betaken
he/she/it would have betaken
we would have betaken
you would have betaken
they would have betaken
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Translations

betake

[bɪˈteɪk] (betook (pt) (betaken (pp))) VT (liter) to betake o.s. todirigirse a, trasladarse a
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betake

pret <betook>, ptp <betaken>
vr (old, hum)sich begeben
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References in classic literature ?
Charley had already exhausted the less eager activity of the other children; and they had betaken themselves to occupations that did not admit of his companionship.
These hordes of villains being broken up and dispersed, Rose had betaken himself to the wilderness, and associated himself with the Crows, whose predatory habits were congenial with his own, had married a woman of the tribe, and, in short, had identified himself with those vagrant savages.
In the little German watering-place to which the Shtcherbatskys had betaken themselves, as in all places indeed where people are gathered together, the usual process, as it were, of the crystallization of society went on, assigning to each member of that society a definite and unalterable place.
Matthew was haunted by this question long after the girls had gone, arm in arm, down the long, hard-frozen lane and Anne had betaken herself to her books.
In Paisley and district, where there were 560 Nalgo members working in local authorities, feelings were running high that some form of industrial action should betaken to support their pay claim.
The DMC South would hold auction of charged parking points from June 21, which would not only help remove the illegal charged parking points but also action would also betaken against culprits involved.
And if done so, itwould undermine customers'freedom of choice.'We are really concernedabout the issue but noimmediate action can betaken. We are also lookinginto promoting companiesinitiating import substitution.We will look into it,' said theLyonpo.In the 12th Plan,the government will alsoconcentrate on marketing,packaging, certifying andstandardization of domesticproducts to boost export,added Lyonpo.
As many as 6,200 candidates would appear in the annual exams ofwhich 3,182 students belonged to BSc Part-I and 3,016 candidates werefrom BSc Part-II.He informed that the papers were scheduled from 2pm to 5pm while on Friday it would betaken at 2:30 pm till 5:30 pm.
Mrs Honour said medical intervention to counter her "deteriorating mental state" was not adequate, especially after she cut her wrist which resulted in Magdalena being concerned her baby would betaken away from her.
Mali is not unlike Canada's action in Afghanistan: To occupy a limited area from which friendly forces can safely operate but no effort unless defensive is to betaken to defeat insurgents.
Since the government and opposition could not reach consensus on a name, the decision will betaken by a parliamentary committee, he said.