Synonyms and Antonyms of TAKE

action or behavior that is done in return to other action or behavior <what's your take on the announcement that the senior vice president is taking an early retirement?>
Near Antonyms action, behavior; cause, effect
the total amount collected or obtained especially at one time <who will win the poker tournament and collect the whole take?>
Synonyms bounty, catch, take, yield
Near Antonyms deduction, loss, subtraction
something belonging to, due to, or contributed by an individual member of a group <because there were so many winners of the jackpot, each person's take will be smaller than expected>
a distinct treatment of something (as a story or a play) <despite its contemporary setting, this take on King Lear isn't particularly novel or insightful>
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