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|present participle||taking out|
|past tense||took out|
|past participle||taken out|
She’s taking her parents out for dinner.
They’ve taken out a huge ad in the newspaper.
When you take out an insurance policy, read the small print.
The night bombing raid took out the bridge.
Playing tennis in this heat really takes it out of you.
She ought to go out and have fun, it’d take her out of herself.
When he’s under pressure at work, he takes it out on me.
This is the American English definition of take out. View British English definition of take out.