of or involving food to be taken and eaten off the premises
"takeout pizza"; "the takeout counter"; "`take-away' is chiefly British"
take away, bear off, bear away, carry away, carry off(verb)
remove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state; transport into a new location or state
"Their dreams carried the Romantics away into distant lands"; "The car carried us off to the meeting"; "I'll take you away on a holiday"; "I got carried away when I saw the dead man and I started to cry"
annihilate, eradicate, withdraw, bear off, remove, carry away, decimate, wipe out, manage, pull off, detract, extinguish, negociate, take, carry off, bring off, take out, eliminate, bear away
remove, take, take away, withdraw(verb)
remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
"remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
require, absent, read, hit, occupy, subscribe to, withdraw, lead, ingest, take on, carry, deal, assume, pull away, have, hold, engage, study, learn, fill, exact, polish off, choose, bear off, necessitate, recall, consume, call in, drive, hire, retire, consider, need, rent, bear away, off, pick out, crawfish out, disengage, pull back, back out, draw, contract, adopt, seclude, film, remove, demand, pull in one's horns, call back, move out, lease, take aim, take out, take up, train, strike, use up, select, take, get rid of, make, claim, adjourn, transfer, get, get hold of, murder, pack, take back, recede, call for, take in, bring, swallow, submit, convey, sequester, shoot, aim, sequestrate, carry away, direct, charter, crawfish, contain, draw back, draw off, carry off, unsay, subscribe, slay, move back, detract, involve, acquire, look at, postulate, bow out, accept, guide, admit, dispatch, retreat, back away, ask, conduct, bump off
take away, take out(verb)
take out or remove
"take out the chicken after adding the vegetables"
extract, draw out, withdraw, bear off, draw off, remove, carry away, move out, take, draw, ask out, carry off, unpack, invite out, detract, excerpt, leave out, pull, omit, get out, exclude, leave off, buy food, pull out, except, take out, pull up, bear away
take from a person or place
"We took the abused child away from its parents"
take out, take away(verb)
buy and consume food from a restaurant or establishment that sells prepared food
"We'll take out pizza, since I am too tired to cook"
extract, take, withdraw, draw out, draw off, remove, carry away, move out, get out, draw, ask out, carry off, unpack, invite out, exclude, excerpt, leave out, pull, omit, leave off, buy food, pull out, except, take out, pull up, bear off, detract, bear away
remove, take away(verb)
get rid of something abstract
"The death of her mother removed the last obstacle to their marriage"; "God takes away your sins"
take away, detract(verb)
take away a part from; diminish
"His bad manners detract from his good character"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The central idea of withdrawing makes abstract in common speech a euphemism for appropriate (unlawfully), purloin, steal. In mental processes we discriminate between objects by distinguishing their differences; we separate some one element from all that does not necessarily belong to it, abstract it, and view it alone. We may separate two ideas, and hold both in mind in comparison or contrast; but when we abstract one of them, we drop the other out of thought. The mind is abstracted when it is withdrawn from all other subjects and concentrated upon one, diverted when it is drawn away from what it would or should attend to by some other interest, distracted when the attention is divided among different subjects, so that it can not be given properly to any. The trouble with the distracted person is that he is not abstracted. Compare DISCERN.
The purse may be abstracted from the pocket; the substance from the accidents; a book into a compend.
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That's really fundamentally what I think we need to take away from these data finding is that there are solutions, other countries have them, and we are not doing the dramatic things that we need to be doing.
This is a beating into submission of the American people and the taxpayers by the Obama Administration and those willfully going along with it, they are going to say if you don’t comply, we’re going to take away your lunch money – your federal funding.
You don't start out by saying I've got 160 million people -- I'm going to take away the insurance plan that they love. That's just not a way that you go and start building the coalition that the Sanders camp thinks that they can do, if he goes and is the candidate, we will have Donald Trump for another four years. And we can't stand that.
[W]henever the Legislators endeavor to take away, and destroy the Property of the People, or to reduce them to Slavery under Arbitrary Power, they put themselves into a state of War with the People, who are thereupon absolved from any farther Obedience, and are left to the common Refuge, which God hath provided for all Men, against Force and Violence. Whensoever therefore the Legislative shall transgress this fundamental Rule of Society; and either by Ambition, Fear, Folly or Corruption, endeavor to grasp themselves, or put into the hands of any other an Absolute Power over the Lives, Liberties, and Estates of the People; By this breach of Trust they forfeit the Power, the People had put into their hands, for quite contrary ends, and it devolves to the people, who have a Right to resume their original Liberty.
To name oneself is the first act of both the poet and the revolutionary. When we take away the right to an individual name, we symbolically take away the right to be an individual. Immigration officials did this to refugees; husbands routinely do it to wives.
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