takes meaning

EN[teɪks] [-eɪks]
  • Takes is the third studio album by British singer/songwriter Adem. It is a covers album, consisting primarily of covers of 90s pop/alternative tracks.

    Definition of takes in English Dictionary

  • NounBFtake
    1. plural of take.
    2. VerbBFtakePRtakingPTtookPPtaken
      1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of take.
      2. More Examples
        1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
          • He will take over the job permanently when the accountant retires. ‎
          • Connie took her bar exam at the University of Texas test site.
          • he took the blame, in the public's eyes, although the debacle was more her husband's fault than her own. ‎
        2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
          • Take it easy on the roller coasters or you're going to chuck up your lunch.
          • Take your choice; get out while the getting's good, or we'll boom Glad-hand by starting a Boot Hill right here." A Boot Hill! Grinch reflected.
          • Taken together, this work demonstrates the critical role of PGC-1α in myopathogenesis.
        3. Used in the Ending of Sentence
          • Each wit may praise it for his own dear sake, / And hint he writ it, if the thing should take.
          • At the depot, Hook climbed out, slamming the door twice before the latch took.
          • Using the recently developed method of nasosorption with synthetic adsorptive matrices (SAM), a series of samples were taken.
      • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
        1. Nouns
          • Noun forms
            • Noun plural forms
          • Verbs
            • Verb forms
              • Verb singular forms
                • Third-person singular forms
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          1. en takest
          2. en takes on
          3. en takes for
          4. en takes off
          5. en takes out
          Source: Wiktionary
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          Meaning of takes for the defined word.

          Grammatically, this word "takes" is a noun, more specifically, a noun form. It's also a verb, more specifically, a verb form.
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