Phrasal verbs - Meaning of take on

Phrasal verbs

What does take on mean?

Here is the meaning of take on with examples:

"take on"


1. To assume responsibility for.
2. To acquire, bring in, or introduce.
3. To hire; engage.
4. To begin to have or exhibit.


Check the phrasal verb take on in a sentence:

1. I'll take on the task of writing the report.
2. The plane took on new passengers when it stopped in Paris.
3. They took on more workers for the new project.
4. She has taken on the look of a banker.

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