Definition of 'take in'
Example sentences containing 'take in'
And there were too many flowers for Johnny to take in all at once.A MEANS TO EVIL
His face was huge, dazzlingly white, utterly familiar; the light was blinding: she couldn't take in what was happening.LOST CHILDREN THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 12: WRITTEN IN THE STARS (2001)
Definition of take in from the Collins English Dictionary
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