English Phrasal verbs with Take in english;
Take after sb
Meaning: To resemble sb. If you take after sb, you are similar to or resemble someone in appearance or character or attitude or behavior, etc.
- He takes after his father.
- I take after my sister with my love of roses.
To separate sth. If you take something apart, you seperate it into its component parts.
- The teacher will take apart our essays in front of the class.
- She took apart the scene in detail.
To start to dislike sb/sth. If you take against someone or something, you start to dislike someone or something.
- I take against him. Because he is not sympathetic.
- After she imitated my project, I took against her.
To accept job, etc. If you take something on, you accept a job or work or responsibility.
- The woman takes too much on. Probably
- She will be ill. I can’t take on too much work.