1 [transitive] to move something or someone from one place to another
Don’t forget to take an extra pair of shoes.
Remember to take a pen with you.
take someone to/into/around something: What time do you take Amy to school?
We took the plants into the greenhouse.
The cat had to be taken to the vet.
Our guide took us around the cathedral.
take someone/something along (=with you): On long journeys I always take my dog along.
take someone/something for something: We took my mother for a drive in the country.
take someone/something to do something: We took him to catch his train.
take someone something: Take Debbie this cup of coffee, will you?
take something to someone: Let’s take the presents to them tonight.