take from in Vietnamese
* nội động từ, virr+giảm bớt, làm yếu
Sentence patterns related to "take from"
1. What do they take from these pictures?
2. Will take from both a deep autumnal tone.
3. What warning can we take from the Ephesians’ experience?
Qua kinh-nghiệm của người Ê-phê-sô chúng ta có thể rút ra được lời cảnh cáo nào?
4. Estimated take from the robbery is around ten million.
Dự kiến số tiền từ vụ trộm khoảng 10 triệu đô.
5. Take from the linen closet such as you need.
6. It is every time take from hop-pocket ah.
7. Plotting to take from me my most precious possessions.
Việc bày mưu cướp đi những gì quý giá của tôi.
8. How long does it take from here to there?
9. Carry: to support and take from one place to another
10. Carrying: to support and take from one place to another.
11. We cannot take from them what they have not got.
12. How many hours does it take from London to Edinburgh?
13. The slight damage did not take from the engine's power.
14. They take from rich people, give it to poor people.
Họ lấy từ người giàu và chia cho người nghèo.
15. Which bus should I take from here to the Concord Hotel?
16. How long does it take from Japan to China by plane?
17. How long does it take from the airport to the city?
18. There were many positives to take from the game - I am delighted.
19. Why do generally honest employees take from the hand that feeds them?
20. He will have made do with his take from the night school.
21. Cranes take from four to seven years to mature before they pair up.
22. There are two fine routes for divers to take from the entry point.
23. The draft you take from the beer barrel is enough for ten people.
24. A Commute is a journey you take from home to work and back again
25. Convey definition, to carry, bring, or take from one place to another; transport; bear
26. There are a lot of positive things to take from game, like a clean sheet.
27. There are ISPs where changes can take from minutes to days to become publicly available.
28. To take from one place to another; transport: They Conveyed the cargo to the battlefront.
29. I expect each one will take from these misty illusions, creations congenial to his own mind.
30. So, that is a kind of coordinated action that we do take from time to time.
31. 14, 15. (a) What lesson should we take from the unhealed marshy places in Ezekiel’s vision?
14, 15. (a) Chúng ta có thể rút ra bài học nào từ những đầm lầy không được chữa lành trong khải tượng của Ê-xê-chi-ên?
32. Two-ounce rolls generally take from 12 to 15 minutes to bake, 4-ounce rolls, 20 minutes.
33. To move or take from one place to another; transport: a train Carrying freight; a courier Carrying messages
34. Every large odd integer can be represeted as the sum of three primes which take from arithmetic progressions.
35. 10 One might forgive the hyperbole in a politician but it is less easy to take from academic or journalistic critics.
36. As you'll see there are two possible routes you can take from the start to your destination: the short and the long.
37. Those who succeed receive a national certificate that signals their accomplishments to employers and that they can take from company to company.
38. Agaves produce tall flowering stems, but they can take from about 5 to 40 years to do so, depending on the species
39. Still, he made plans about how he could take from the larder what he at all account deserved, even if he wasn't hungry.
40. Their versatility is seen in the wide range of shapes they take, from the conjoined starbursts of nerve cells to the creeping mutable Blobbiness of amoebae
41. Present tense third-person singular of carry Synonyms & Antonyms of Carries 1 to support and take from one place to another each camper must be able to carry his or her own backpack
42. Read, for example, this advertisement of a certain text-book, which I take from an educational journal:— WHAT IS Apperception? For an explanation of Apperception see Blank's PSYCHOLOGY, Vol.—— of the Education Series, just published.
43. "Beckoned" All dressed in black Eyes of attack Coming with one hand in pocket To take from me Sin in the eyes I see Sin is nice of me Nothing left for me Reality Forget it You have messed up Can't do anything And I have messed up Can't do anything You're just a fuckup I'm just a fuckup
44. – The Amirship is the one responsible for releasing the prisoners via the brother entrusted with the file of the prisoners and detainees and therefore it is not permitted for the wilaya to take from the share of al-riqab in order to free prisoners because it is of the speciality of the central prisoners official, and the share of al-riqab is to be rendered to the fuqara’.
45. 3 Then the elders of the city nearest to the body should take from the herd a young cow that has never been put to work, that has never pulled in a yoke, 4 and the elders of that city should lead the young cow down to a valley* running with water where no tilling or sowing of seed has been done, and they should break the neck of the young cow there in the valley.
3 Sau đó, các trưởng lão của thành gần xác chết nhất phải bắt trong đàn một con bò cái tơ chưa từng làm việc và chưa từng mang ách, 4 rồi các trưởng lão của thành đó phải dẫn con bò cái tơ xuống một thung lũng có suối nước, nơi chưa được cày cấy hay gieo hạt, và đánh gãy cổ nó tại nơi ấy.