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take–up

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noun \ˈtāk-ˌəp\

Simple Definition of take–up

  • : the rate at which something offered is accepted by people

Full Definition of take–up

  1. :  the action of taking up

1838

First Known Use of take–up

1838

Rhymes with take–up


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