Verb(1) take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof(2) take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities(3) take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect(4) take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person(5) occupy or take on(6) seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession(7) make a pretence of(8) take up someone's soul into heaven(9) put clothing on one's body
(1) This is especially true in an age of reality television, which allow the news reports coming from Iraq to assume a surreal quality.(2) Far be it from him to assume that marriage was supposed to be fun.(3) Obviously the police haven't confirmed yet whether the guy was involved in yesterday's bombings, but I suppose one can reasonably assume that he was.(4) Marriage exists because people must take responsibility for childcare and assume economic obligations.(5) The overall goal of these institutions is to prepare each generation to assume the obligations and responsibilities of a productive citizen.(6) He'll outline plans for a transitional authority, due to assume control on the 30th of June.(7) We assume full responsibility for the content of this article.(8) I won't be a Staines much longer as I am likely going to assume the name of my stepfather (which is ├ö├ç├┐Wangstaff├ö├ç├û).(9) We were supposed to assume these two were representative of all young single mothers without support; the voice of Buggy Street.(10) Anyone can assume the appearance of hopes and values.(11) let's assume he's not a complete idiot(12) Both, for obscure hedonistic purposes, assume the false name Ernest only to find that their respective paramours, Cecily and Gwendolen, will spurn any man who does not go by that name.(13) don't assume that people will listen(14) topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events(15) Well, here he is anyway, starring in a tale about a frumpy kid who is given an amazing device that allows him to assume the appearance of anyone he wants to.(16) It should assume full responsibility and accept creditors' demands for additional collateral.
(1) assume responsibility :: אחריות
1. presume ::
2. affect ::
3. acquire ::
4. accept ::
5. seize ::
6. take on ::
לָקַחַת עַל עַצמוֹ
7. don ::
8. take ::
9. feign ::
1. disavow ::
2. disclaim ::
3. disown ::
4. repudiate ::
Different Formsassume, assumed, assumes, assuming
Word Example from TV Shows
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...I ASSUME 24 to 36 residents
of this building...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 15
Well, if we ASSUME
that your looks are average...
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 8
Is it safe to ASSUME
you're not speaking to me again?
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 16
I have no choice but
to ASSUME the worst,
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 2
you wouldn't immediately
ASSUME he's sitting down
with Colonel Sanders.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 7
English to Hebrew Dictionary: assume
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