- 取 [qǔ]
- （拿到身边） take; get; fetch:
go and draw some money from the bank; 去银行取款
Give me the luggage check and I'll get it for you. 把行李条给我，我去给你取。- (得到; 招致） aim at; seek:
bring trouble on oneself; have only oneself to blame; 咎由自取
win confidence; 取信于人- （采取; 选取） adopt; assume; choose:
not without sth. to recommend it; 不无可取之处
inadvisable; undesirable; 不足取
- （姓氏） a surname:
Qu Xizuo 取希作
Take whatsoever measures you consider best.
The government has taken a measure to maintain the stability of prices.
The artist asked his model to take a reclining posture.
Anthems are often with words taken from the Bible.
We had to take preventive measures.
It is hoped that the government's initiative will bring the strike to an end.
The union struck for better work conditions.
The management took all reasonable safety precautions.