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take somebody/something (for example)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake somebody/something (for example)take somebody/something (for example)EXAMPLEused to give an example of something you have just been talking about People love British cars. Take the Mini. In Japan, it still sells more than all the other British cars put together.see thesaurus at example take
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take somebody/something (for example)Not everyone is doing so well. Take Sheryl, for example - she's still looking for a job.
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