What is another word for Took?

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[ tˈʊk], [ tˈʊk], [ t_ˈʊ_k]

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How to use "Took" in context?

The verb "Took" means to grasp or seize with the hands. In English, the verb typically means to take something that is not willingly given. The verb can be used in the past, present, or future tense.

For example, the sentence "I took the book" means that the speaker grabbed the book from the table. The sentence "We took the cookies" means that someone at the table grabbed several cookies from the jar. The sentence "I'm going to take a break" means that the speaker is going to stop working for a while.

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