Definition of 'to take time'
Example sentences containing 'to take time'
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The donor will have to take time off work to do this and to recover. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They know it is going to take time and there will be a bit of pain along the way. The Sun (2012)Dubai businessmen will also want to take time to assess what the attitude of their visitor is to the deal they are being offered. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Definition of to take time from the Collins English Dictionary
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