Definition of 'take part'
Example sentences containing 'take part'
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Two thousand people took part in the survey. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Last year more than half a million people took part. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But the fact that tens of thousands of people were taking part reminds us that citizens do care about politics. Computing (2010)More than 275,000 young people have already taken part on the 50 course. The Sun (2016)If he wins, Strictly will be hard pushed to get anyone to take part next year. The Sun (2016) People who took part in a range of different physical activities in their youth were more likely to continue with sports as they aged, he said. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many claim that pupils do hours of homework each night, leaving them little time for the family or to take part in other educational activities outside school. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Follow the steps below to take part and collect your codes from the back page. The Sun (2015)Man is not there to help or take part. Christianity Today (2000)Usually a few hundred people take part in this stage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is thought that more than six million people take part in the activity globally. Times, Sunday Times (2013) People who took part in these reward or penalty schemes were much more likely to adopt healthy behaviours. Times, Sunday Times (2014)More than two million people took part in a poll on replacing it with a silver fern design. The Sun (2016)That's one bottle for each of the people taking part. Times, Sunday Times (2012)More than 30,000 people took part in the protest in freezing conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2009)More than 220 people took part in bidding. The Sun (2010)It claims to have signed up 50,000 people to take part in the leadership vote this year. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Ending life for fun shouldn't be a sport civilised people take part in. The Sun (2015)All the exercise activities were voluntary and there's a policy of not pressuring people to take part. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If young people do not take part in politics, it is not because they have no grasp of political issues. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Try to match the music to the activity you are taking part in, and the mood you want to get into. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Police expect that the number of people taking part in outdoor celebrations in the capital will exceed the 400,000 of last year. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He claimed that he was imprisoned on false charges in 2002 and only released when he promised not to take part in political activity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The meeting is likely to be more of a conversation, with the host calling in other people to take part as he sees fit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Should Catholics take part in the crucial Amsterdam conference? Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)In return you can turn a group of friends into a team of winners - whether you work together or take part in a charity challenge. The Sun (2011)Yes, yes, but how do you get people to take part? Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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