What is another word for take on?

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[ tˈe͡ɪk ˈɒn], [ tˈe‍ɪk ˈɒn], [ t_ˈeɪ_k ˈɒ_n]

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How to use "Take on" in context?

Take on is one of the phrases commonly used in English language. It is derived from the verb 'take' and means to attempt to do something. In most cases, it is used as a command to someone to do something. For example, you can say 'take on the job' to ask someone to accept the responsibility of completing a task.

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