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※ take over - Phrasal verb

태뽕이 2021. 8. 20. 14:17
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• take over (from something)
-​to become bigger or more important than something else; to replace something. - 옥스포드
-If one thing takes over from something else, it becomes more important, successful, or powerful than the other thing, and eventually replaces it. - 콜린스
: (~보다) 더 커지다[중요해지다]; (~을) 대체하다
e.g.)
Try not to let negative thoughts take over.  부정적인 생각이 더 커지지 않도록 하라.
It has been suggested that mammals took over from dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
6500만 년 전에 포유동물이 공룡을 대체했다고 제기되어 왔다.
In your teens, peer-group friendships may take over from parents as the major influence on you.
Cars gradually took over from horses. [VERB PARTICLE + from]
When the final vote came, rationality took over. [VERB PARTICLE]

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• take something ↔ over (from somebody)   |   take over (from somebody) 
1-to begin to have control of or responsibility for something, especially in place of somebody else. - 옥스포드
-If you take over a job or role or if you take over, you become responsible for the job after someone else has stopped doing it. - 콜린스
: (~로부터) (~을) 인계받다
e.g.)
Paul's daughter took over the job in 2017.
Gerald Ford took over the presidency after Nixon resigned.
His widow has taken over the running of his empire, including six London theatres. [VERB PARTICLE noun]
He took over from his uncle as governing mayor. [VERB PARTICLE + from]
She took over as chief executive of the trust. [VERB PARTICLE + as]

2-​to gain control of a political party, a country, etc. - 옥스포드
-If someone takes over a country or building, they get control of it by force, for example with the help of the army. - 콜린스
: (정권·정당·나라 등을) 탈취[장악]하다
e.g.)
The army is threatening to take over if civil unrest continues.
시민 소요가 계속되면 군부가 정권을 장악하겠다고 협박하고 있다.
They organised a coup and once more took over the country. [VERB PARTICLE noun]
The parliament was taken over by civil guards. [VERB PARTICLE noun (not pronoun)]

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• take something ↔ over
-​to gain control of a business, a company, etc., especially by buying shares. - 옥스포드
-If you take over a company, you get control of it, for example by buying its shares. - 콜린스
: (기업 등을) 인수하다
e.g.)
CBS Records was taken over by Sony.
...their plan to take over the company's main electric vehicles division. [VERB PARTICLE noun] [Also VERB noun PARTICLE]

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