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take on

verb

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1 to enter into contest or conflict with
  • The mayor will take on his chief opponent in the next political debate.
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2 to provide with a paying job
  • I decided to take her on as store manager.
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3 to take for one's own use (something originated by another)
  • recently arrived immigrants who are eager to take on the language and culture of their adopted homeland
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pick up on

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