- understood in a certain way; made sense of;
"a word taken literally"
"a smile taken as consent"
"an open door interpreted as an invitation"
- be affected with an indisposition;
"the child was taken ill"
"couldn't tell when he would be taken drunk"
- His medicine is a drug that can be injected or taken by mouth.
- The remains of the supper were taken away.
- The criminal was taken into custody.
- Is this seat taken?
- Great changes have taken place in China in the last twenty years.
- It has a span of4260 feet. The bridge is so long that the shape of the earth had to be taken into account by its designer.
- British-born American motion-picture pioneer noted for his photographs of horses in motion, taken by a series of still cameras.
- After being taken back 200 years, we were suddenly returned to the present day.
- taken in被骗
- be taken bad患病
- taken one with another总的看来(平均看来...
- be taken short突然觉得要大便...
- taken aback吃惊
- be caught short<英俚>突然想上厕所...
- be taken with对 ... 很喜爱...
- be taken in the toils落网(上圈套...
- be taken aback突然吓了一跳...
- have one's wind taken被打中胸口而倒下...
- be taken by被 ... 吸引
- taken in the toils被困惑
- taken one thing with another考虑各种情况(权衡利...
- taken altogether整个来说(大体...
- taken with the mainour人赃俱获