1. To lie at the top of; SYN. crest.
2. To restrict the number or amount of.
1. To remove to a distance.
2. To remove from life
Sinonimi: To compel; force; drive; impel; urge; press
1. To secure by bonds; to chain; to hold tightly.
2. To bring into a narrow compass; to compress.
3. To hold back by force; to restrain; to repress.
4. To compel; to force; to necessiate; to oblige.
5. To produce in such a manner as to give an unnatural effet; SYN. To compel; force; drive; impel; urge; press.
(Alternate spelling: seise).
1. To take by force.
2. To take hold of; also metaphorically; SYN. prehend, clutch.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: stole, stolen).
1. To move stealthily; SYN. slip.
2. To steal a base, in baseball.
3. To take without the owner's consent.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: took, taken).
1. To get into one's hands, take physically; SYN. get hold of.
2. To bring into one's possession.
3. To take by force.
4. To obtain by winning.
5. To make use of or accept for some purpose; SYN. accept.
6. To carry out.
7. To buy, select.
8. To experience or feel; submit to.
9. To be seized in a specified way.
10. To ascertain or determine by measuring, computing, etc.; take a reading from a dial.
11. To travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route.
12. To get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort.
13. To interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression; SYN. have.
To commit forcible seizure of place, power, functions, or the like; to appropriate; to seize.
1. To pull or whip out
2. Beat, strike
3. To defeat totally