|take on a new light
||have a new meaning, see a different meaning
||The music takes on a new light if you know the composer.
||court, date, go out with, see
||He was taking her out when they went to college. They were lovers.
||a restaurant that serves food to be taken outside
||There's a take-out restaurant. Let's buy some food and go to the park.
||do someone's job, become the new manager
||Please take over the bookkeeping while I'm away. Thank you.
||try hard, take extra time or care
||Mr. and Mrs. Wilson take pains to find families that are truly in need.
|take part in
||join, be a worker or a participant
||She takes part in many activities, including gardening.
||The race will take place at the university track at 10 a.m.
||receive the keys as the new owner
||"We bought a house in Parkland." "When do you take possession?"
||hurt one who hurt you, get even
||If your car is stolen, report it to the police. Don't take revenge.
||accept challenge and change, welcome uncertainty, push the envelope
||By taking risks we can discover our potential - what is possible!