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tak·ing over

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  1. succession, taking overnoun

    acquisition of property by descent or by will

    chronological succession, sequence, succession, successiveness, chronological sequence, ecological succession

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  1. Donald Trump:

    They say,' Donald Trump said Putin's smart.' I mean, he's taking over a country for two dollars' worth of sanctions. I'd say that's pretty smart. He's taking over a country — really a vast, vast location, a great piece of land with a lot of people, and just walking right in.

  2. Joseph Cirincione:

    That meant you could no longer pump the cooling water through the reactors, or the cooling ponds, i don't think we're out of the woods yet. We have to make sure that the Russians who are taking over know what they're doing.

  3. Jamie Lynn:

    It really was to the point where my panic attacks were all-consuming where I'm counting and touching door knobs seven times. It was consuming my life to the point where it was physically taking over me. I finally spoke to a therapist. At the time I took medicine and got back to a place where I felt stable, i think that when your worst fear happens you get a lot less afraid of everything else. It made me reevaluate everything and who I was as a person and where I needed to be better.

  4. Tessa Lau:

    We think of it as our robots taking over tasks but not taking over jobs, if you think of a task as walking down a hall and waiting for an elevator, Relay’s really good at that.

  5. Mike McCaul:

    When you project weakness throughout the world and you have a failed foreign policy, this is what you get, and now we have chaos in the Middle East, have ISIS taking over Iraq, Syria, Northern Africa, Egypt. Now we have the Russiansin there; it has presented a very complicated strategy moving forward in terms of protecting the American people.

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  • స్వాధీనపరుచుకున్నారుTelugu
  • รับช่วงต่อThai

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