Spanish translation of 'take after'
intransitive verb + prepositionSee also take
(in looks) parecerse a ⧫ salir a
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The obvious possibility was to restrict it to those steps that were taken after the commencement of proceedings.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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'take after' in Other Languages
British English: take after /teɪk ˈɑːftə/ VERB
If you take after a member of your family, you look or behave like them.
He takes after his dad.
- American English: take after
- Arabic: يَحْذُو حَذْوَه
- Brazilian Portuguese: parecer-se com
- Chinese: 长得像
- Croatian: sličiti na
- Czech: podobat se být po otci, matce
- Danish: slægte på
- Dutch: lijken op
- European Spanish: parecerse
- Finnish: muistuttaa jotakuta
- French: ressembler à
- German: ähneln
- Greek: παίρνω παράδειγμα
- Italian: assomigliare
- Japanese: ･･･に似る
- Korean: 닮다
- Norwegian: ta etter
- Polish: być podobnym do (kogoś)
- European Portuguese: parecer-se com
- Romanian: a semăna cu cineva
- Russian: быть похожим
- Spanish: parecerse
- Swedish: ta efter
- Thai: เจริญรอยตาม
- Turkish: benzemek
- Ukrainian: бути схожим на
- Vietnamese: giống nhau
Translation of take after from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary